Jason Segel talks about his journey to mental health.
Siegel, 43, joins Harrison Ford in new therapy comedy on Apple TV+ contractionas a man trying counseling for the first time after his wife’s death.
He said in an interview with Yahoo! The show, which is now streaming, revealed that he had sought help “many times” and “in various ways” for entertainment that it said helped stigmatize mental illness.
“One of the things our show makes clear is, ‘Oh, we’re all messed up,'” he said. “Even people you think are your own authorities are screwed when you get home.”
He explained: “I’m pretty conscious of my own mental health. I’ve always struggled a bit with anxiety and the feeling that something is wrong and the feeling of impending doom.” At some point, I decided there was no reason to spend my life. I was not feeling well, so I tried to get some tools to make me feel like everything was going to be okay, but no cure. is one of them.
rear how i met your motherWe reached the ninth season in 2014, contraction It is Segel’s first comedy television role. In the CBS comedy starring Josh Radnor, Siegel played his best friend Marshall his Eriksen.
The “best friend” role is one that Siegel has played many times, and Yahoo! think.
When contraction“What I said to them was, ‘We should push this character to the limit of likability as much as possible and tap into this really good feeling. [that I’ve built up] For evil, and let him get it wrong. I’m sure you still feel like “he’s doing his best,” so let him get it wrong a lot. ”
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the first two episodes of contraction is streaming on Apple TV+.