Taraji P.Henson Gears Up To Launch A New Talk Show About Mental Health

Taraji P.Henson Gears Up To Launch A New Talk Show About Mental Health
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It seems that Taraji P. Henson is working on something that will turn out to be really helpful, especially during these stressful times in which we live. The Shade Room knows all the details about these exciting plans that you can also check them out below.

TSR notes that Taraji P.Henson 'will help us heal with the launch of her new Facebook Watch show “Peace of Mind with Taraji.” Mental Health is highly important and deserves adequate attention; therefore, the creation of this show will be highly influential and educational to viewers.'

TSR also made sure to point out the fact that she has been an advocate for mental health since back in 2018 when she launched the Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation that aimed to offer resources for those struggling with mental illness.

'The foundation also offers mental health services to young people in urban schools. Alongside the slightly new foundation, the new Facebook Watch series “Peace of Mind with Taraji” will further explore pertinent mental health topics,' TSR notes.

Someone said: 'I’m so glad mental health is being talked about more positively in the black community. Mental health matters. Normalize going to therapy, even when nothing’s“wrong.”'

Tamar Braxton was one of the fans who liked the announcement.

Another follower said: 'People take mental health so lightly I can’t wait for this,' and someone else posted this: 'We need to give this lady her flowers now more than ever cause she delivers EVERY TIME. ❗️'

A commenter wrote: 'Outstanding. The perfect person to usher in this new culture healing🖤' and one other follower said: 'Good it’s what’s needed! Especially in the black community, 💪🏾 I will be touching this topic one day!'

Someone else wrote: 'One thing about aunty Taraji she will get that bag and make sure she helping others while doing it,' and another follower posted this message: 'I think this will be awesome mental health issues are so important.'


Last month she celebrated her 50th anniversary. 

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