Like thousands and thousands of individuals this yr, Armie Hammer has not been okay. And that is okay.
The 34-year-old actor, who was most lately seen within the Rebecca movie reboot, spoke at British GQ‘s 2020’s GQ Heroes occasion about his psychological well being struggles amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The video interview was posted on Wednesday, October 28.
“I feel like everybody else on the planet, I felt just like the rug was ripped from below my ft and I felt like I might really feel it taking place in sluggish movement, just like the rug was simply being ripped from my ft and I used to be falling face-first and I used to be gonna smash my face on the bottom,” Hammer informed the outlet. “I felt like I used to be in a state of like, free fall nearly. Prefer it was simply, it was actually troublesome.”
“I had a wake-up name in the future,” he later mentioned. “I had a really intense wake-up name in the future and I noticed that I wanted extra assist than I noticed. So I known as a good friend of mine, Brendan, who works in psychological well being and I used to be like, ‘Dude, it isn’t good. It is not good for me,’ and he goes, ‘i know, it isn’t good for anybody,’ and I’m going, ‘Yeah, however actually not good for me, like I am having a extremely exhausting time. I do not know what the reply to that is.’ And he ended up getting me on the telephone with a therapist who I began working with a number of instances every week simply to get me by means of form of just like the disaster side of what was occurring.”