Chris Rock is widely regarded as one of the greatest actors of all time. From his standing habits to his film careers, he has been consistently proven for over 30 years to be one of the best in the game. However, sometimes even the biggest entertainers in the world need a little help.
He recently revealed that he has been regularly on the go to treatment since the onset of the pandemic, receiving approximately seven hours of treatment per week.
Chris Rock does about 7 hours of treatment per week
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Rock had been an advocate for going to treatment long before the pandemic began. He appeared in an interview with CBS Sunday Morning that he had been going before, but he put up his sessions drastically when locksmiths started.
“I did, but I jumped into him after Covid,” Rock said. “And I still do it, so I do about seven hours a week. ”
He has made great progress in going to treatment
Going to treatment has long been a taboo idea in the Black community, but attitudes are starting to change. Rock himself has seen great benefits from going and realized that there is one common denominator that determines the value of going.
“You have to tell the truth,” said Rock.
He also shared what some of his most difficult facts revealed.
“Sometimes I wasn’t kind, Rock said. “Sometimes I didn’t listen, and sometimes I was rude. After all, who do you want to be? ”
When asked who he wants to be, he did not find words.
“On the outside, he looks like me, this brave man,” said Rock. “But boy, can I play it safe. And yeah, I have to like it, jump in the pool a bit. You know what I mean? ”
Chris Rock used learning to swim as a tool for overcoming obstacles
Rock literally and figuratively jumped into the pool in 2020, finally learning how to swim. When asked why he had never learned before, he had an interesting answer.
“’Cause I grew up in the hood, and you know, you can’t swim in a fire hydrant,’ ‘Rock said. “And I had something in my head that said, ‘If I can swim, I can do anything. If I can overcome this, in my 50s, I can do anything. ”
When asked if learning how to swim was a daunting process, he admitted that it was very scary for him.
“Yeah,‘ cause you kinda almost drowned, ”Rock said.
He had almost a completely different career path
Later in the interview, Rock talked about the earliest parts of his career. He shared details of what his life plan was after he dropped out of high school.
“My plan was to work at the Lobster, get my lorry driver’s license, and the kind of lorry driving like my father. … And honestly … if you had offered it to me – like 1989, 90, just before I got ahead Saturday Night Live– if you had offered me a job that paid 10, 12 dollars an hour, I would never have told another joke in my life, ”said Rock.