The famous Paris Jackson, spoke of some extreme situations that she experienced as a result of the great public exposure to which she was exposed from a very young age. The 23-year-old Jackson girl had a dialogue with Willow Smith, in the framework of the programs that are broadcast on Facebook Live called “Red Table Talk”. In this intimate talk, the daughter of the king of pop made a small review of important moments in her life, or those that marked her forever.
In the talk where nothing was saved, he mentioned topics related to his childhood, adolescence, the death of his parents, difficulties and suicide attempts. Starting with the dilemma she faced when she had to wear masks as a child so that the press and paparazzi did not harass her for being the daughter of one of the most influential musicians of the time.
Paris clarified during the interview: “I suffered auditory hallucinations, paranoia and had to do therapy after I was diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)”, the daughter of Michael He confessed that he is taking care of his condition to heal: “I have started the healing process. I love this therapy that, although it puts you in a very fragile and vulnerable state, it is very effective ”.
When he was a teenager he lived very hard moments and close to the idea of taking his own life, and with respect to it Paris Jackson He explained: “I talked a lot about this with my friends. Many people regret it at the last minute, there were times that I felt that and others not, there were times that I got angry for not having achieved it. But today, many years later, I am happy that I was not successful because things have improved ”.
Willow Smith asked Michael Jackson’s daughter how she thinks she got to those dark moments in her life to which she replied: “Not knowing who I was, stopping being a girl to go on to puberty, a lot of public exposure, a lot of pressure , and some people [en las redes sociales] that they told me to kill myself every day. I was depressed, ”a response that surprised viewers.