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Why is K-Stew planning to take up writing

Updated: Jul 24, 2016 13:19 IST

Melbourne, July 24 (ANI): Looks like Kristen Stewart has got quite a fair share of her heartbreak experiences, which she can actually write a book about.

The 26-year-old star shared, "Oh my God. I've been destroyed! Totally, absolutely. And thank God too," reports

"I'm going to write a f**king self-help book," she jokes.

The former 'Twilight' star, who has romanced people likes of Robert Pattinson, French singer SoKo and scandalously, married director Rupert Sanders, even offered some sage advice about mending a broken heart.

"It sounds really obvious when it comes to heartbreak, but I would say, be in it, don't ignore it. If you're in pain, just be like, 'Ow!' You have to keep going, like, 'One more time with feeling.' Crazy. things happen and you can never anticipate how things are actually going to go down, but you need to not regret," she said.

"The worst thing that can happen is when people start shutting down, when people are jaded and messed up by it but it's wrong to blame other people. You need to take responsibility for your own happiness and I think that's where you should start because then you can be happy with someone else," continued the 'Equals' actress.

Stewart finally added, "Going through it is awful but every single minute I've spent dying has made my life so rich and I would not exchange feeling so much for feeling nothing."

The actress, who is busy promoting her upcoming Woody Allen movie 'Cafe Society,' like her character knows what it is like to find love in the workplace.

On related note, Stewart, in the movie, portrays a woman in a love triangle between Jesse Eisenberg, her co-worker, and Steve Carell, her boss. Arguably, it's her best role to date.

"With my work and my life, there's such a grey area. I don't go to work and turn off my personal, you know what I mean?" I don't go to an office, I don't have a typical job, so I can't really speak to that but I can definitely relate to feeling stimulated by who you're working with and sort of being in this bubble where you have this developing relationship. That's real," she said.

'Cafe Society' has garnered mixed reviews, although there is already Oscar buzz about Stewart's role as a woman who changes the course of her life when she chooses between two men. (ANI)