6 MORE Questions for Anna Gunn

The 'Breaking Bad' star shares her thoughts on getting older

by Margot Dougherty
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What do you appreciate more as you age?
My mother and father.

More women should...
Have each other’s backs.

What do you cherish more than anything else?
I’m going to cry when I say this [she does]: my girls. They’re always going, “Mom, what are you doing!” I say,“This is good crying. I love you so much.”

What is more important to you today than it was 20 years ago?
True friendship.

What's more terrifying than failure?
Giving up.

More women seek to age gracefully. What's your advice?
I think it’s important to continue to be curious, engaged and in wonder at the world around us.

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First published in the March 2014 issue

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