think that you have to be crazy to talk to a therapist. All of those point to a dysfunction and the pain and the rage. And it’s not just a childhood pain, it’s every day trying to validate yourself and you think you’re letting that stuff roll off your back—when it’s killing you.
How important is seeing a therapist or having someone to talk to?
It’s not a luxury, it’s a necessity. It’s what you need to breathe and be healthy.
Such honest dialogue about yourself seems to have made you fearless.
It’s funny you use the word fearless, because I have never been so sure about anything in my life. I literally am on fire now; it’s because there’s a message that I know we’re dying to hear and that is my fuel.