Goldie Hawn, who done a career out of personification ditzy blondes, these days is focused on heightening kids’ brains, she tells Lee Cowan in an talk for CBS’ “Sunday Morning,” to be promote May 14.
Hawn has spearheaded a program called MindUp, which provides a teaching horizon to schools to help immature students come to terms with stressors in life and to be some-more productive.
It’s a personal plan for Hawn, who admits progressing in her life she struggled with anxiety.
“It comes from low inside of me,” Hawn says, explaining the birth of the program, “has zero to do what we do — making people giggle or being in singer — but it has to do with who we am, and it matters to me.”
Though on the surface Hawn seems to have it all, she admits there was a time when stardom upended her life. She never ever dictated to be an actress, she tells Cowan: “I never wanted to be a star; we suspicion stars were messed up.”
But then, there she was, Oscar in palm for her work in “Cactus Flower,” a bone-fide star and traffic with romantic issues.
“I felt alone. So we was incited inverted about my own reality,” Hawn told Cowan. “I had anxiety. we didn’t wish to go anywhere. we lost my smile, Lee, and that was hard.” Nine years in therapy helped get her by it, she says.
These days, Hawn is starring in a new film, “Snatched,” with Amy Schumer, and has been in a attribute with Kurt Russell for some-more than 35 years. Indeed, the couple recently got relating stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Learning to understanding with stress and her concentration on family are pivotal points she tries to get opposite to the children in the MindUp programs. “I mean, you remove hope, and you remove everything,” Hawn pronounced while in a classroom. “And you remove your torment and your joy, and you remove everything!”
The Emmy Award-winning “CBS Sunday Morning,” hosted by Jane Pauley, is promote on CBS Sundays commencement at 9:00 a.m. ET. Executive writer is Rand Morrison.
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For some-more info:
- The Hawn Foundation
- “Snatched” (Official site)