Megan Thee Stallion is not ashamed to say it, she is in therapy to manage fame and preserve her psychological health.

"I feel like right now, mental health is more important to me, more than ever, because I have more pressure than before… when I was Megan, that I was not also criticized and scrutinized as I am now, ”she explained to Taraji P. Henson on her program

Peace of Mind


However, it took a while for the 26-year-old rapper to admit that she needed help, and she now wants to work to lift the taboo on psychological counseling in the United States and more particularly in the Afro community. -american.

An admission of weakness

“I have just started to learn that it is okay to ask for help.

And it's good to want to go to therapy.

As a black person, when you think of therapy, you think to yourself, “Oh my God, I'm weak,” continued Megan Thee Stallion, who lost both parents, first her father when she was. in high school, then his mother in 2019.

But the artist notices that this negative image that surrounds psychological help begins to fall, especially in the media and she is delighted.

"Now it becomes normal to say to yourself, 'Alright, there is a little too much going on, somebody has to help me", "she concluded.


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