Grey’s Anatomy veterinarian Katherine Heigl struggles with anxiety.
In an interview with New Beauty, the 44-year-old actress delved into her mental health journey while in the public eye.
The Firefly Lane star also talked about teaching kids how to set healthy boundaries and how to always be “pleased” in public. I had to learn to work with my public image after I was put on.
Opening: In an interview with New Beauty, Katherine Heigl, 44, delves into her mental health journey and shares her experiences dealing with anxiety in the public eye
In an interview, the Grey’s Anatomy actress wore a variety of chic looks, including a red pantsuit and an off-the-shoulder low-cut top, and felt insecure for the first time before her acting career took off.
“These problems started when I was a teenager,” says the star, who is now rocking a pixie cut. was
“Then it’ll pass,” continued the Ugly Truth star. It will always come back.
“The more stress I had in my life, the more it all affected my mental health,” she said.
Revealing Her Truth: The Grey’s Anatomy actress spoke about the first time she experienced anxiety while wearing a variety of chic looks, including a red pantsuit and an off-the-shoulder low-cut top.
Katherine explained that the public scrutiny affected her, but in the end it was a battle between her and anxiety.
Public opinion certainly hurt my feelings, but it wasn’t the worst for me.
“It’s important to make that clear, because everything that was going on in my mind was so terrifying and beyond my control.
“It wasn’t about my ego, or wanting people to like me, or my fame or my career,” she added. There was no.”
Standing Up For Yourself: The Firefly Lane star also talked about how to set healthy boundaries for kids and teaching them to always have “fun.”
She pointed out that stigma around mental health often influences people to seek help, but just by doing it, her life changed.
“After exhausting all other options, I finally found someone who could help me,” she said. I suggested a drug to
“My only regret is that I didn’t do it sooner. I wish I had asked for help sooner,” she added.
“There’s no shame in talking about mental health, but it’s something my generation really didn’t talk about,” she continued. I came.”
Her plans for 2023: “Hopefully the next time I go to work, I’ll have the right frame of mind, the right spirit,” she said. “That’s where I want to be.”
Seeking help: Stigma around mental health often influences people to seek help, she noted.
On another topic of conversation that is spearheading, such as setting boundaries by saying “no,” Catherine said: ‘
She recalled telling her oldest child: “It’s not your job to make other people feel comfortable, happy, safe, liked and loved. It’s your job to see who you are and what your boundaries are.
“You have to know what to put up with and what not to put up with. And hopefully you have to handle it gracefully,” she told her 14-year-old daughter, Nancy Lee. “You don’t have to attack people, but you have to stand up for yourself.”
She then expressed that being open and honest is not a bad trait.
“Feeling the need to tell everyone about yourself is both a strength and a weakness,” she said.
Her strengths: “Feeling the need to tell everyone about yourself is both a strength and a weakness,” she said. think.”