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And she couldn't be more optimistic about her recent decisions.
This peace of mind took some serious engineering and tough choices.
That's been a really wonderful revelation." As has been the depth of her love for her husband.
They tied the knot last June in a backyard ceremony at Barrymore's Montecito, CA, home.
"I said, 'Let's pull over and take a picture and document this. "This was a much more thoughtful and slow and sober process. They went on over 20 trips that first year, with the unspoken thought that if they should want to marry and start a family quickly, they'd better do this now, Barrymore notes.
It felt clearheaded and rational." Almost immediately, Barrymore and Kopelman started taking trips together, which she believes can reveal a lot about how things will (or will not) work out. Their travels taught them about new places — and about each other.
"I was always really focused on the thing I was working on, then worried about that thing I had to go to next," she recalls.He really wants me to pack the night before; he doesn't like the morning drama." So she learned compromise: "I started to do that so I could make life a little easier. "I couldn't imagine being in yet another trailer, in another strange location, being somebody else; I'd done that for 35 years.I thought, And I was so ready and excited." As the relationship progressed, she says, perhaps her most valuable lesson was that "you need to stop trying to prove your point so much, and listen to the other person."So my brain was always tied up in the present in the future." Since founding Flower Films with best pal (and wife of Jimmy Fallon) Nancy Juvonen in 1995, Barrymore had had a string of hits, surprising for a place as fickle as Hollywood: On the serious side, there was in which Barrymore also starred.Beyond those movies, there were the campaigns for Cover Girl and Gucci Jewelry, and those rather tempestuous relationships, which provided plenty of tabloid fodder but never quite led to anything permanent.