Due to her stepfather’s work in the military, Olivia Munn and her family moved around a lot in her childhood. With frequent school transfers, the “Office Christmas Party” star was often alienated from her peers, eventually giving way for her to be bullied. “I moved around a lot as a kid. I was in a military family, and I was always the new kid, and so one of the hardest things as a kid, I think, is finding a group to hang out with and have lunch with, and that starts pretty early on,” Munn explained during a 2017 press conference for her film “”The LEGO Ninjago Movie,”(via UPI).

As she grew older, Munn wrestled with her self-esteem and soon started aspiring to be popular and cool. “You want to just be liked by people, then you want to be liked by the popular kids, and then, ‘I want that really cool pencil case.’ And, ‘I want that backpack.’ And we didn’t grow up with a lot of money,” she said. “I was becoming envious and feeling very alone,” she recounted.

Eventually, though, the “Love Wedding Repeat” actor stopped comparing her life with others and learned to accept herself. Munn admits this helped her embrace living life on her own terms without trying to fit in.

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