Hollywood star Kate Hudson is wearing her heart on her sleeve about her dark past and how it helped her with the future.
While in conversation with Mirror Online, The Reluctant Fundamentalist star, 42, touched upon her personal trauma and struggles of the past.
Hudson, who was raised by her mom and actor Goldie Hawn and her longtime partner Kurt Russell, was a stranger to her own father, musician Bill Hudson, thereby being familiar with struggles of a broken family.
“I had personal struggles or familial situations that were challenging,” she said.
“[They] kind of prepared me for my future and my success. I had a lot of personal trauma I never really allowed myself to be OK about, or recognise as being traumatic,” she went on to say.
“I’d probably tell my younger self, ‘It’s OK that you’re hurting… you’re OK’. Maybe that would have softened some things in my life a bit along the way. I’d give myself permission to give myself a big hug,” she added.
Reese Witherspoon hilariously hosts a New Year’s Eve party since ‘we're ready for this year to be over’
Lady Gaga recently opened up about her struggles with suicidal tendencies and other mental health woes
Samuel L. Jackson honors the late Chadwick Boseman as the kind of ‘hero’ everyone aspires to be
Hugh Grant says embracing fatherhood is what saved him from being dubbed a ‘scary old bachelor’
‘Stranger Things 4' recently received a tentative production date following drawn out, COVID-19 imposed hiatus
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson took his security gate off its hinges after a power failure left him trapped