Jennifer Lawrence, 23, is now an Oscar winner and one of the biggest stars in Hollywood.
While promoting her new movie "Hunger Games: Catching Fire," the starlet sat down to talk about her career with CNN's Nischelle Turner.
Lawrence says: "I have such a wonderful life. It's great. I think I would have died in an office, just me personally because I remember being in school, and there are times I still remember that- having and just being able to travel and the freedom and being able to be creative everyday, it's such a blessing."
Thanks to her fame, the actress is constantly photographed and says she can be accommodating or upset with the process depending on her mood.
Lawrence: "I think it's how you deal with anybody. Sometimes I'm nice, sometimes I'm in a bad mood. Like if I'm at dinner and I'm eating and somebody wants me to stand up and take a picture, it's like- that's actually helped with my anxiety is knowing that I don't have to say yes and I can say no. Because it used to be I didn't want to go out, I didn't want to go to dinner. If I went to dinner, I was wrapped up and then I was like, you know what? I don't have to do it. I can just say no, and that's helped a lot. So it is hard because you don't want to feel rude because they're people, but at the same time, I have to defend my life and my mental wellness."