Zachary Levi Opens Up About The Therapy That Saved His Life On The Joe Rogan Experience

Zachary Levi, star of DC’s “Shazam” and the popular TV series “Chuck,” was on The Joe Rogan Experience recently and told Joe and everyone about his mental health struggles and how he’s had suicidal thoughts a few times in life.

It wasn’t until he moved to Texas and really sought help after having a nervous breakdown that he found a way to deal with it and beat it. He mentions it in his new book and has been very vocal about his struggles online. In their conversation, Levi brings up Hollywood’s how broken California is, and there seemed no way to put together how he felt. Talking and listening to Levi tell his story is very interesting.

Zachary Levi opens up about the therapy that saved his life during the Joe Rogan experience

Viewers reacted to Levi’s message and story about mental health, saying, “Everything Zach said is exactly what I’m going through right now. I still have a long way to go but this is definitely helping!”, “I’ve lost five uncles and a roommate to depression and alcohol. Everyone hated themselves. I struggled with self-hatred and self-worth until I got help. Our family and our culture where we come from was evil. Children were constantly being set on fire. Making a bad choice at 4 because you had no supervision? You were told you were born wrong”, “I love a great turning point story – wish there were more. But honestly, these types of mental health places/programs don’t exist for those who aren’t upper-class and elite.” and “Really great that Joe brought him to this, he’s one of my favorite actors as people. He comes across as a very genuine and kind person who also happens to be very funny.”

Levi recently starred as Kurt Warner in American Underdog, a film that explores Warner’s own personal struggles and really puts Levi in ​​a new light I think.

What do you think? Are you a fan of Zachary Levi and what do you think of his story? Let us know in the comments below.

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