What kind of problem faces the person who thinks they haven't got a problem? Either, they are now deprived of the joyous challenge of problem solving - or the fact that they think they haven't got a problem is stopping them from seeing the problem that they have got. Isn't that a problem? And, by an extension of that argument, to be conscious of a problem isn't necessarily a problem. It could be interpreted as evidence of someone who is well on their way to righting a wrong. That is what you are doing this weekend.
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Megan Fox began acting at the age of 15, but it wasn’t until 2007, at the age of 21, that her name became one we all know, when director Michael Bay cast the young actress in his live-action film Transformers.
Starring opposite Shia LaBeouf, Transformers changed Megan’s life, putting her on a path to Hollywood stardom.
"I definitely feel ill-prepared; I mean, I don't know if anyone ever sits back and goes, 'Now is the moment that I think I should be a famous celebrity,' – but I definitely feel it's premature. I mean, I was in one movie that people have seen", Megan told E! at the time of her sudden rise to fame.
The actress went on to star in the sequel to the summer blockbuster hit Transfomers, before taking on a lead role in the now-cult classic Jennifer's Body, plus supporting roles in The Dictator and This is 40.
Megan has spoken publicly about the media's insistence to call famous people role models, telling The Times that her idea of a role model is someone who can make "girls to feel strong and intelligent and be outspoken and fight for what they think is right".
The 28-year-old married Brian Austin Green in 2010 and the couple have two sons.