"They had a rule in the writing that nothing can be written that didn't literally happen to someone in the writer's room or someone they knew first hand," Nixon says."It couldn't be my father's brother's sister's shoe repair guy heard once. The outlandish physical, sexual things that happened—they really did happen. The way the threads of the plotlines of all four women are interwoven are very intricate, and you can see all the ways the more they reflect on each other, the more you watch it. I mean, it's well acted, it's beautiful to look at, it's beautifully shot, and it's well written." __More from *Glamour*:__ [#cneembed: script/video/5522afee61646d22d0030000.js?That’s Life Australia publication for Sophie Husband…At Featureworld I don’t only sell stories to publications in the UK – I also love to gain interviewees extra publicity, coverage and of course payments for their story.
node=13409221011), ~~Miranda~~ Cynthia Nixon weighed in on why those dating and relationship moments feel so spot-on: It's because they *were* real!
I was really concerned that my baby would be a sad baby.
So, I tried to find outlets that made me happy, such as dancing. Exercise made me feel better and that my baby was going to be OK.
I had been separated previously from my husband; but at the time, we were back together.
Once I knew I was pregnant, I began to feel as if I needed to watch out for my life in a bigger way.