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Celebrities draw attention to mental issues: 'I want to show my daughters how sad, scared or angry they feel' |  Famous

Celebrities draw attention to mental issues: ‘I want to show my daughters how sad, scared or angry they feel’ | Famous

From afar, Ryan Reynolds always seems to do well: celebrity, handsome (voted as the sexiest man in the world in 2010), successful career, happily married to the charming Blake Lively and the father of three beloved daughters. But appearances can be deceiving, and before Mental Wellbeing Month ends, in May, the actor thought it was time to smash that image. He wrote, “One of the reasons for the late posting is that I do a lot of work and miss important things.” “And one of the reasons I do so much work is my lifelong companion: anxiety.” Ryan admitted that he’s stressed, but also overprotective, and constantly anxious — but he knows he’s not alone. “We don’t talk enough about mental health and we don’t do enough to remove the stigma from talking about it. But delay is better than no.” It was his three daughters James (6), Inez (4) and Betty (1) who made Ryan decide to play open card, he later told Entertainment Tonight. “As a parent, your job is to be a role model. I want to show my three daughters the feeling of sadness, fear, or anger. There is room for all of these things,” he said. He never took that lesson from his parents.” In fact, the house that Growing up it wasn’t made for me. I am not saying that my parents were careless, but they are just from a different generation.” Al-Kindi had already hinted in a previous interview how difficult it was as the youngest of four children, especially since his late father was very strict and a real cock.” The father and son that I envy in the sitcoms I watched in the ’80s.”

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