Olivia Munn Explains Why She Has Trouble Dealing With Public Opinion
Olivia Munn has said that dealing with individuals who have an incorrect or unjust image of her real-life personality is difficult for her. According to femalefirst.co.uk, Munn stated, “What I’ve probably battled with more is perception vs reality.” “There are a lot of people that perceive you in one way, and no matter how much good you try to do in the world, or who you are, or what your friends know about you, there is a perspective that placed on you, and it does become your reality in some ways,” she said. Olivia Munn’s Birthday: 7 Photos That Prove She’s a Wonderful Dog Mom (View Pics).
The actress is aware of her mental health and strives to shield herself from extraneous influences. “The mental health component is probably the most essential because we think about having our facials or getting our hair done,” she told ‘Entertainment Tonight. And although it does make you feel better, the true question is, “How do you care for your own heart and mind?” The Mortdecai actress is also well aware of the pitfalls of excessive praise and adoration. She believes that receiving too many compliments may lead to a different kind of issue. Olivia Munn ‘chastised’ for exposing a convicted sex offender in the film The Predator.
“That’s something you have to do again and over,” she said. However, if you have a strong sense of self, you should strive to rely on it and allow it to take over any doubts that others may have about you. When others say too many nice things about you, you may feel like you can’t live up to their expectations. It’s not for the faint of heart to be in this industry in general. “