Samantha Ruth Prabhu talks about ‘pain, suffering, lows’ behind the glamour: ‘Sought help from friends and counsellors’
. Samantha Ruth Prabhu talked about going through a‘ delicate time’in her life and how she was suitable to come out of it with the help of musketeers and counsellors.
Samantha Ruth Prabhu, at a recent event, stressed the significance of seeking help for internal health issues. She said that there’s pressure to show a‘ perfect’ life on social media but‘no bone’s life is perfect’.
At an event to launch the Psychiatry At Your Doorstep action of Roshini Trust and Datla Foundation on Saturday, Samantha said, “ We live in an decreasingly stressful world where there’s so important focus, whether it’s on social media, on portraying perfect lives. It’s getting more delicate to speak about our sins, our pain, our anxiety because there’s so important focus … Being veritably active on social media, I noticed the stress on portraying perfect lives. No bone’s life is perfect, trust me.”
“ I suppose it’s time for people like us, people like me most surely, to speak about not just the gaudiness and glamour but also the pain, the suffering, the lows. It’s normal for all of us to go through that, it’s too normal to talk about it and it’s normal to ask for help,” she added.
Samantha cited her own illustration and said that talking to others helped her overcome a‘ delicate time’in her life. “ I’ve gone through a delicate time in my life and asked for help. I’ve sought help from my musketeers and counsellors and that has made a huge difference in mylife.However, strong and ready for the coming part of my life, it isn’t just because I was strong but it’s because numerous people around me helped me to be strong, If I’m sitting then moment.
In October last time, Samantha blazoned her separation from Naga Chaitanya after being married for nearly four times. She latterly slammed rumours of her affairs and revocations, covenanting not to be broken by the particular attacks.