Gwyneth made this startling reveal in the introduction to a Goop journal entry called "The Truth."
This is from one of Coldplay's most famous (and most emo) songs, "Fix You."
Gwynnie contemplated this deep question on a Goop journal entry, appropriately titled "Perfect." She had research professor Dr. Brené Brown, Ph.D., LMSW try and answer it for her.
Chris sings this reflective line on "Life Is for Living," an acoustic hidden track on Coldplay's debut album 'Parachutes.'
Gwyneth said she thought up this mantra after reading the following quote: "Who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly." Deep, girl.
Just in case you were curious, Chris details his morning routine in "O," another new track off 'Ghost Stories.' We're assuming he looks up to the sky through a gorgeous skylight window he had installed in the hallway between the master bedroom and his bathroom.
Coldplay tackled religious themes on their 'Viva La Vida or Death And All His Friends' album, but it was Gwyn who asked this tough question. The question came via an interview with Cynthia Bourgeault, author of 'The Meaning of Mary Magdalene' and "a powerful inspiration" for the 'Iron Man' star.
Chris Martin croons out this heartbreaking inquiry in "Another's Arms," a haunting new track off their forthcoming album 'Ghost Stories.'
Gwyneth uses this sentence to describe designer Stella McCartney in a story about their joint English Garden Party that included badminton, $70 Rosé champagne and Rachel Zoe.
Lifted off Coldplay's 2005 'X&Y' album, "What If?" asks a lot of questions and doles out several mantras, but none felt as Goop-y as the lyric above. Perhaps Gwyneth suggested a line?
The Queen of Cool Gwyneth Paltrow was in East London's go-to restaurant for "15 course, cutting-edge, super decadent Chinese food," called HKK. The starlet got a little emo, admitting that she, in fact, was not nearly interesting enough for such meals. Aww.
Were you feeling sh-tty this Valentine's Day? Luckily Gwyn & Co. wrote up this V-Day piece titled 'Heartbreak' to give you fun tasks to distract yourself on Cupid's Day. They suggest reading a book called 'The Pleasures of Cooking for One' and listening to Alicia Keys' "Try Sleeping with a Broken Heart."