Reese Witherspoon admits she had "a lot of flaws".
The 'Water For Elephants' actress has parts of herself that she doesn't like, and despite her beauty and fame, insists she isn't perfect.
When asked if she considers herself to have flaws, she replied: "How long do you have? It's a long list. Shall I go alphabetically? A, annoying. B, belligerent... Yeah, I have a lot of flaws. There are a parts of myself I could do without."
One of the things the 34-year-old beauty admits is a flaw is her inability to stop overthinking things, though she has learned to calm herself through exercise.
She explained to Total Film magazine: "I ruminate a lot. I'm always in my head, thinking and thinking. Sometimes that can be counterproductive, so when I do put on my running shoes and go run it helps."
Despite admitting her constant thinking can be frustrating, the 'How Do You Know' actress it can be advantageous for helping her come up with ideas for her production company, Type A.
She added: "I'm kind of a daydreamer. I'll come up with an idea and then I talk to my producing partners and we try and find the right writers or directors who are interested in doing the material."