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Ways to help you find your best self [Live video chat]

April 08, 2013|By Michelle Maltais

Having a legendary grandfather, an acting career and enviable cheekbones isn't enough to guarantee a happy life. Mariel Hemingway knows that intimately.

Unhappiness has hung in her life like a dark cloud, with the suicides of her supermodel sister and her legendary grandfather as well as five other relatives. And she has contended with her own depression for many years.

JOIN IN: LIVE VIDEO DISCUSSION WITH HEMINGWAY AT 9 A.M. PDT

After searching for years, she has found the happiness equation that works for her. Her hope now is to inspire others to do as she did and find their best lives with her new documentary film, "Running From Crazy," and book, "The WillingWay," written with her business and romantic partner, Bobby Williams.

Hemingway and Williams join us Monday morning for a live video chat at 9 a.m. PDT, and you're welcome to join and ask questions or make comments. Just click the video at the top of the post.

Her evolution has been a gift to her twentysomething daughters, one a model, one an artist. "It gives them permission to share what they're going through," she says.

If other people see their choices as a little odd, that's OK, Hemingway says. "We want to inspire people to find the adventure that works for them."

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