The ‘Empire’ actress opens up about her difficult childhood as she talks about her inspiring mother and her own mental health issues in her new Facebook and Watch show.
Taraji p. Hanson She turned into a “fighter” after seeing her mother at gunpoint.
“Empire“The star is opening up about her own mental health for her new program and she was reminded of how she gained strength from being robbed by her mother on two different occasions.
Speaking in a preview of his new Facebook and Watch show, “Peace of mind with desolation“The first time I was six,” he said. She was kept at gunpoint. I am 50 years old, I remember it was like yesterday. Seeing her go through it, because it didn’t crumble, what she didn’t realize was that she was fighting me. It makes me a fighter. That’s how it affects me. Not to mention I’m not shocked. ”
When Taraji confirmed that she was hosting a program on mental health on Facebook, she admitted that the conversation was something that “is dear to her heart.”
He said in a statement, “I have long been a mental health advocate for the black community and in 2018 created the Boris Law Rance Hanson Foundation which has provided resources to thousands of people. I am looking forward to bringing this new series , Where I can continue to communicate around an issue that is close to my heart and dear. ”
The show is set to premiere on December 14. The actress will host together with her long time friend Tracy Jade Jenkins. Incoming guests included Gabrielle Union, Tamar Braxton, Mary J. Blizzard, And Jay Farooq.
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