Goldie Hawn’s admirers and followers hailed her as a “inspiration” after she bravely admitted to struggling with anxiety and depression.
The Overboard star opened out about her mental health in a candid video published to promote her involvement in an upcoming event for her MindUP charity. In the film, she admits that, despite her success, there was a time in her life when she was “not especially happy.”
During a talk about her desire, “I wanted to go home, get married, manage a dancing school, be happy, and have children – I wanted a regular life, and that’s not what I got,” Goldie explained. “I yearned for a normal existence.”