Lawrence has been married and divorced three times. Her longest union was with actor and singer Robert Goulet (from 1963 until 1981); together they had two children, Christopher and Michael.
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“A man lives not only his personal life, as an individual, but also, consciously or unconsciously, the life of his epoch and his contemporaries.”
—Thomas Mann (18751955)
“A woman can get marries and her life does change. And a man can get married and his life changes. But nothing changes life as dramatically as having a child. . . . In this country, it is a particular experience, a rite of passage, if you will, that is unsupported for the most part, and rather ignored. Somebody will send you a couple of presents for the baby, but people do not acknowledge the massive experience to the parents involved.”
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“The whole effort of a sincere man is to erect his personal impressions into laws.”
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