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We both know why it happened." "Everybody has one that is apart from all the rest... It's always something that'll be taken care of and I respect it, and I protect that more than anything, and I won't let anybody cheapen it.
He brought out everything in me that was good, that was bad, that was suppressed," she told Barbara Walters in 1996, explaining how she had always held people at arm's length prior to dating Donovan. And knowing him was the greatest gift to myself and to my personality—and to my work, in sort of opening the door."The actress shot down Walters' suggestion that perhaps it was her fame surpassing Donovan's that helped bring about the end. Because two good, honest people, just because it doesn't work doesn't mean they can't stay friends..doesn't make anybody the bad guy.
If somebody does not swat it right back to me, I'll get bored."But in 2010, when she nearly simultaneously got divorced and became a mom, there was a definite shift in how Bullock approached talking about herself and how much she was willing to share about her personal life.
Because after son Louis arrived, was the man in her life, and mother and child's privacy was paramount.
By now she's sat through interviews at every stage of the romance game, through the ups and the downs, when it was real and when it was just a passing rumor, during the honeymoon phase and then in the thick of the postmortem after it all went wrong.
But through the majority of it, Bullock was refreshingly candid and often endearingly self-deprecating (see above quote) about dating and breakups (though she wouldn't usually say much star mused, "Maybe people spend too much time looking. You'd like to know that that person can, a, make you laugh, and , you know can really stimulate you and excite you when they're gone and you think about them. I have a thing for red haired Irish boys as we know," she quipped.
Asked if she wanted to be married, the then 30ish-old Bullock (she used to play coy about such things way back in the day), told Walters, "I'd love to be in a place where I go, 'I'm ready to be married.'" But she wasn't ready then.
I think we spend too much time looking for things that are more things that society wants us to look for and that we get from a magazine rather than that are really worth it... Somebody you can admire and be proud of and sit back and go, 'this is my man.'And whether or not he's a millionaire, or he's a painter, a musician, or somebody who just, you know, shucks clams, it's that respect level that we forget to look for."There haven't been any clam shuckers in the mix (not professional ones, anyway), but when Bullock was just kinda doing her her thing in the dating department and making her way in Hollywood, she was a wellspring of information. (Yeah, Tate Donovan was kinda gingery back in the day...)Over the years, she has candidly admitted to having once sent herself flowers to jog a guy's interest in her (it worked), to a pattern of attracting guys with the best intentions, to her tendency to put the guy first and herself second, and to her belief in the adage that the best way to get over someone is to meet someone else.