"My ego got really bruised. When everyone did but me, that doesn't feel good at all," Courteney said in an interview with Emmy Magazine. "There were certain years I thought, 'Maybe I have a shot,' like the Monica-Chandler years. But I don't know how it happens and why… maybe I wasn't ready."
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Courteney, 46, looks simply stunning on the cover of Issue No.4 of 2010's Emmy Magazine series, but told the mag that "aging is nobody's friend."
"One second ago I was the youngest person on the set, and now I'm the oldest," she said. "I'm so old, my joints hurt when I keep my legs crossed a certain way for too long. I need glasses to see a movie, to see the computer and to read a book. I was like really?"
The blue-eyed brunette also spoke about her reasons for not pursuing big screen films like her best friend and former "Friends" co-star, Jennifer Aniston, and how her confidence has increased with age.
'I always talked myself out of going in to read. I don't know if I had that much confidence," Courteney said. "I was always thinking that I needed to do something else, be more mysterious… [Today] I'm much more content."
Emmy Magazine's Issue #4 for 2010 featuring Courteney, as well as Betty White and Jimmy Smits, is available on newsstands now.
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