New York Times Interview with Mariel Hemingway

Mariel Hemingway New York Times Article

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Here are a few excerpts from the New York Times article published about Mariel today:

“The world breaks everyone and many people get strong in the broken places, to paraphrase Mariel Hemingway’s grandfather Ernest. And, to repurpose a line from Manhattan, the movie that made her a star, you have to have a little faith in . . . yourself. – New York Times”


“By writing about her life, Mariel Hemingway aimed to show readers how a legendary family can also be a familiar one. – New York Times”


“My passion now is to help other people understand that they’re not alone or isolated in how they feel, whether it’s being the caretaker of someone who’s suffering from mental illness or addiction, or who’s been left behind by suicide or those who actually suffer themselves. I think we’re at a tipping point of being able to talk about this issue without feeling shame and embarrassment. – Mariel Hemingway”


You can read the entire interview here: The long, complicated truth about Mariel Hemingway