This is such a compelling question particularly for my NymphoBrainiacs: DO YOU FEEL YOUR NAUGHTY BEHAVIOR CAN/DOES/HAS NEGATIVELY IMPACTED YOU WORK/CAREER/JOB?…Upon reflection there have definitely been, one in particular, where I can say that my “naughty behavior” impacted my career…and if I am completely honest, it is perhaps the reason I shifted from the clinical work to the private sector…That said, I also think that no act is completely “mindless” meaning that, if I chose to engage in behavior that may jeopardize my career (e.g., erotic parties, nude photography, sensual performance art) the there is a good chance (albeit unconscious) that I WANTED TO DO JUST THAT…that my career wasn’t somehow meeting my needs, desires, goals…and if I am completely honest…it wasn’t…and now, in a career where there is a clear line between my performance at work and my play-time “performances”…I am actually able to maintain and claim a balance that makes me happy. Hmmmnnn…perhaps we aren’t just sexual beasts roaming the planet for gratification…maybe, just MAYBE we want something more…xxx dr.c.
Sienna Miller has conceded that the media circus surrounding her personal life when she was starting out in Hollywood was ‘bad’ and had a detrimental impact on her career.
The 32-year-old actress weathered a backlash in the mid noughties when it was alleged she had an affair with Daniel Craig while dating Jude Law. Her image was tarnished further when she later embarked on an affair with married father-of-four Balthazar Getty. She admits the resulting furore jeopardised her career.
‘It had become difficult for me to get the work I wanted, if I’m really honest,’ the mother-of-one confessed.
‘It was a weird situation to be in because there was a lot of goodwill for me in Hollywood. I think I’d been lucky in that I’d always been naughty in that town and people had always liked me for it.’
Her association with scandal made it more difficult to secure film…
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