They were a lots awards for Pete Davidson over the years, and Saturday night live yet he does not always perceive well how men perceive him. And he took the opportunity to get right on the record the Real with Jon Bernthal podcast on the 30th of March, and their conversation was carried on many topics from his life to his life, that is to say, the known life. However, she got more personal when she opened up about her mental health, trying to make it through her growth, and why Hollywood is uniquely challenging it.
The comedian was candid about always feeling like “walls are closing in or pulling something down,” and how he’s done “a lot of therapy,” literally coping with trauma. Losing his father, a firefighter, during the 9/11 rescue efforts, contributed to the diagnosis of borderline personality disorder (BPD), which he first opened in 2017. “You know, the father says he’s coming to take you away and he doesn’t; for life, I’m not like, I don’t believe anybody, said Bernthal.
Davidson said that he works “trying to learn to trust people,” but well, “Hollywood is not a place to learn high art.” He elaborated on the outcome, saying that Hollywood found that it was “like a school” with “cool and uncool kids and … the cool people are actually quiet.”
“It’s the worst thing for me to grow up,” he said, “but I love this and I do what I can and do.
BPD is “a type of personality disorder in which a person has difficulty processing or managing emotions.” according to Healthline. “It often involves self-image issues, mood swings and behavioral changes. In addition, it can cause inconsistency and inappropriateness.
Davidson says BPD affects their mental health in a number of other ways, in addition to just not trusting people, such as black and white thinking (where things feel either big or scary) and the urge to self-harm. He told Marc Maron earlier the WTF podcast which was initially characterized by bipolar instability and was considered a mental breakdown. They entered the service, though they started to help.
“It is working, slowly but surely,” he said in 2017; but Time. “I’ve been having a lot of problems. This whole year has been so f*cking. This year has been the worst of my life, being diagnosed with this and trying to learn how to live with this.
It also seems difficult to mix more fame. Davidson also told Bernthal about feeling like people in Hollywood see him as “a big idiot with a beard who smokes weed,” and it’s “humbling.” His plan moving forward is to “just act, be something of an actor, and not just be what people think I am,” and at the very least be something of a Hollywood star.
If you or someone you know needs help with mental health issues, visit the topic National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) websiteor call 1-800-950-NAMI (6264). For more confidential treatment referrals, visit the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) website, or call the National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357). In an emergency, contact 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline by calling or texting 988, or calling 911.
If you or someone you know is considering self-harm or experiencing destructive thoughts, call or text 988 to get in touch. 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifelinewho provides free 24/7 support.