6 MORE Questions for Courteney Cox

The 'Cougar Town' actress opens up

by Margot Dougherty
courteney cox february 2014 more magazine
Photograph: Simon Emmett

What do you cherish more than anything else?
My daughter, Coco. My family, from my immediate family to my dogs, Hopper and Harley; my friends.

The world could use a little more...
Empathy.

What's more important to you today than it was 20 years ago?
The beauty of nature. I just didn’t appreciate things like I do now. I didn’t appreciate flowers when I was in my twenties—thought they were a waste of money. I’d buy a shirt instead.

What's more terrifying than failure?
Not trying.

More women seek to age gracefully. What's your advice?
Buck up. It ain’t easy. Go to the doctor. Drink water. Sleep as much as you can. Exercise. I get massages—anything for your circulation. Stretch. It’s all about keeping that body moving.

Describe a moment in your past that you wish you could relive one more time.
Once I’ve done it, I don’t need to relive it. I love the memory of it

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First published in the February 2014 issue

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