Finds Her Cen­ter in Fam­ily

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Mary-Louise Parker re­cently dis­cov­ered Tran­scen­den­tal Med­i­ta­tion after putting re­lax­ation ex­er­cises on the back burner while rais­ing her kids, Wil­liam and Caro­line. “I was a su­per-reg­u­lar med­i­ta­tor be­fore and when I had kids, I just wasn’t. I kind of lost my way,” she told Closer at the David Lynch Foun­da­tion’s Change Be­gins Within: Heal­ing the Hid­den Wounds of

War at The Plaza ho­tel in NYC on Oct. 18. But now, she’s feel­ing more cen­tered, es­pe­cially when her kids are get­ting along. “Even when they gang up on me, as long as they’re with one an­other it makes me happy.” She also cred­its her friend Su­san Saran­don with in­flu­enc­ing her par­ent­ing path. “She’s com­pas­sion­ate,” Mary-Louise said. “She goes to an or­phan­age in Nepal. She’ll sit with refugees. She’s my son’s god­mother, and she’s won­der­ful.”

THE LAT­EST ABOUT YOUR FA­VORITE STARS Mary-Louise with Wil­liam and Caro­line “She’s a good hu­man be­ing,” Mary-Louise tells Closer of Su­san.

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