Gwyneth Paltrow talked about her struggles with an identity crisis after her 1999 Academy Award win for Best Actress in Shakespeare in Love.
Paltrow talked about how quickly everything happened for her and how being successful so quickly put her into a bit of a crisis.
The Iron Man actress shared that the attention she received after winning the Oscar was disorienting and unhealthy.
She was working through some of the harder parts of her growing up and winning the biggest prize made her wonder about her identity.
Paltrow said she was driven to be successful and well-regarded, but winning the Oscar made her realize that there was more to life than just that.
While Paltrow said the Oscar win was an amazing experience, she talked about the difficulties of moving on from it.
The Goop founder shared that the experience taught her to be more mindful and grateful for the opportunities that came her way.