Jane Fonda talks about her deepest fear with Glennon Doyle: Listen now

'I’m aware of my failings and I try to get better'
Jane Fonda
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Glennon Doyle celebrated special guest, Jane Fonda, joining her podcast for an open conversation regarding marriage, divorce, becoming whole and so much more on the most recent episode of the We Can Do Hard Things podcast.

LISTEN NOW: Jane Fonda joins Glennon Doyle’s ‘We Can Do Hard Things’ podcast

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During their candid conversation, Fonda opened up about her biggest fear in life and how she’s regular working on herself to ensure she never has to face it.

“My big fear is getting to the end of my life — and I’m pretty close at 85 — and having a lot of regrets,” she expressed. “My Dad died with a lot of regrets. Oh my God, I don’t want that, We never know how we’re going to die but it’s important to vision how you want to be.”

Fonda went on to explain she hopes to be surrounded by loved ones in her final moments, but knows that is something she has to “earn.”

“I want to be in a bed — I hope in my home — and have people around me that love me,” she said. “I have to earn that, deserve that. And I want to feel that I’ve done my very best and so that’s what I try to do. I’m aware of my failings and I try to get better.”

Hear Jane discuss more details surrounding her biggest challenges in life, where she finds peace and lives her best life on the We Can Do Hard Things podcast, available now.

Glennon Doyle’s We Can Do Hard Things podcast features raw discussion with Doyle and her sister, Amanda, about some of life’s biggest struggles.  In an effort to come together and help each other through the pair share their own hardships as they help others so each listener can live lighter, braver, and less alone.

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