Jason Struggles has been “struggling” with his mental health.
The 43-year-old actor explained that he often has a “feeling of impending doom,” but decided to explore the stigma surrounding mental illness as he stars alongside Harrison Ford in the new Apple+ comedy “Drunken.” Opponent – which focuses on a man who tries counseling for the first time – admits that in real life he has sought help “many times” because he realized there was “no reason” for him to be so unhappy.
He said: “I am very aware of my mental health. I have been battling anxiety, something is not right, and a sense of impending doom. At some point, I decided there was no reason to go through my life feeling wrong. Comfortable, so I’m trying to get some tools, and therapy is one of them, and it feels like everything is fine.”
The “How I Met Your Mother” star went on to add that in his new role, he’s encouraging the show’s writers to make his character “likable” and wants audiences to feel like his character Jimmy is “in life” Do your best.”
He told Yahoo!Entertainment: “I guess what I bring to the table is that I seem to have established a certain feeling that I’m like your best friend. What I say to them is, ‘We should push this character to the edge of likability, just like us. can, and use this really good mood [that I’ve built up] For the sake of evil, let him misunderstand. Let him make mistakes a lot, because I think you still feel like, ‘He’s doing his best. ‘”