After the disclosure of suicidal thoughts in her, Taraji P. Henson talks about mental health.

As per ET, Taraji P. Henson has spoken out regarding her previous suicidal thoughts on Tuesday. telling us that she’s now focused on her mental well-being.

Henson 51, she Henson, 51, told Kevin Frazier of ET that she’s “much more successful.” She spoke about her experience was referred to as “suicide thought” in relation to how it can affect the mind of a person.

“It’s not that you’ll commit the act, but it’s things that are running through your mind when you’re feeling down,” Henson explained. “And I was conscious that getting it out loud and letting out of my head could help me to get it out of my head as I’m currently in treatment,” she said.

“Thank God she had the foresight to reach out to experts who were able to offer assistance,” Tracie Jade, who is co-hosting the second season of “Peace of Mind With Taraji P. Henson,” added.

Henson explained what transpired after Jade expressed her worry “‘Don’t worry I’ve told them to relax,. I’m realizing that I have to be able to say it loudly to see how ridiculous it is to me. I hear it every now every now and then and it’s not an unimportant thought.” “Now when it’s available, it’s like, “I don’t feel that like that anymore.” Let go of it “”said that actress.”

“Peace of Mind With Taraji” is an Facebook Watch series that explores various topics that can affect the mental health of a person. The show is focused on the personal stories and struggles of African-Americans. The show premiered in December 2020, and was renewed for another series in the month of August.

Henson will discuss topics like social anxiety, tackling the COVID-19 pandemic, attention deficiency hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and shooting violence during the coming season.

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Megan Thee Stallion, Chance the Rapper Angela Simmons, and Karl Anthony-Towns are just a few of the celebs who will be appearing on the show.

Season 2 will premiere via Facebook Watch on October 11th.

Regarding her upcoming films, she’ll contribute her voice in “Minions: The Rise of Gru,” an animated comedy film due to hit theatres July 1 2022. She’ll also appear in “Annie Live!” a musical film which will air at NBC the 2nd of December.