I think that this goes along with the "It Gets Better Project" that stresses to young people that although things seem hard now, they won't always be that way.

Things to get better, BUT is that because you learn how to make them better?  And learn that to get anything of value it has to be worked for? Effort and knowledge together make a person happier?  Here's the story -

Hard to believe that Reese Witherspoon is the mother of an 11-year-old daughter! The 34-year-old A-lister, wearing a flirty Burberry Prorsum dress, looks incredible on the cover of Glamour Magazine's January issue.

Reese is getting candid about her sexuality. She tells the mag:

"I think as a woman, you get older, you feel more confident in your sexuality. You’re not as intimidated by it, not as embarrassed by it. Sexuality and femininity is an accumulation of age and wisdom and comfort in your own skin. I feel better - so much better now than I ever did in my twenties. I am calmer; I know who I am. And as a result, I feel much sexier.”

The blonde beauty, who is currently dating her agent, Jim Toth, isn't afraid of movie roles going to younger actresses. She tells Glamour:

“There’s always going to be somebody younger or sexier. That’s why I like to say, and it’s become my famous line, ‘Funny doesn’t sag.’”

Now we love her even more! In addition to talking about her love for fellow actresses Jennifer Garner, Jennifer Aniston and Katherine Heigl ... Reese also opens up about the possibility of more kids. The mother of Ava, 11, and Deacon, 7, adds:

"I would love to have more kids. Kids are the best part of my day. I don’t wake up to make movies. I wake up to hang out with my family.”

Loves it!