Emma Thompson Quotes and its meanings

Emma Thompson has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Age Change Communication Death Family Famous Food Happiness Health Home Knowledge Learning Morning Movingon Parenting Sad Society Truth Women Work

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What does Emma Thompson write about?

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What are the top most famous quotes by Emma Thompson?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Emma Thompson.

  • If you've got to my age, you've probably had your heart broken many times. So it's not that difficult to unpack a bit of grief from some little corner of your heart and cry over it.
  • And it's absolutely true that male sexual behaviour and female responses to male demands change a lot when they start communicating - and the levels of the communication that I've seen on the ground in very, very poor areas are so high and I think why don't we have that here?
  • Any problem, big or small, within a family, always seems to start with bad communication. Someone isn't listening.
  • We need men and women to sit down and talk to each other about sex honestly and openly. That would help us fight Aids so immediately. But our lack of communication is hugely problematic.
  • But when I lose my temper, I find it difficult to forgive myself. I feel I've failed. I can be calm in a crisis, in the face of death or things that hurt badly. I don't get hysterical, which may be masochistic of me.
  • I was brought up by very witty people who were dealing with quite difficult things: disease and death... I was brought up by people who tended to giggle at funerals.
  • I have had lots of friends who've been affected by Aids and a very good friend of mine, Oscar Moore, died of Aids and I was with him in his last year quite a bit. And of course he was a man living in a very rich culture with a wealthy family who was able to afford health care.
  • I understand what it's like to come with your family, and to uproot yourself and come to another culture. You need a lot of support. People say, 'She's got her daughter she's got her husband.' Yeah, but she hasn't got anyone else.
  • I don't mean being famous is a perk, because one knows that it's not necessarily a perk, but there are certain perks to being well-known and respected in one's field. Public perks. Like, I don't know, general friendliness and willingness to please, just to point out two.
  • If you don't want women to do whatever they need to do then you must provide them with food, you must provide them with shelter and their basic human rights.