Dakota Johnson has been open previously about battling melancholy for half of her life and he or she’s now discussing how she’s getting by means of it whereas self-isolating throughout the coronavirus disaster.
“You might be at dwelling, you are not with your mates, you are not with your loved ones, you aren’t capable of do the issues that make you’re feeling worthwhile or make you’re feeling like you might be doing one thing along with your life or that you’ve a goal,” Johnson, 30, informed Additional this week.
“You are type of on this costume of melancholy however probably not positive if you’re feeling that manner,” the “Fifty Shades of Gray” star informed the outlet.
DAKOTA JOHNSON EXPLAINS WHAT HAPPENED TO THE GAP IN HER TEETH: ‘I’M REALLY SAD ABOUT IT TOO’
Dakota Johnson seems within the Summer season 2020 challenge of Marie Claire.
The actress went on to replicate on how a majority of the world is at the moment reeling from “immense ache and unhappiness” because of the pandemic.
“It is laborious to really feel completely constructive all day every single day when the world is gloomy proper now. There’s solely a lot you are able to do to assist your self however even these little, little, tiny issues like meditation or going for a stroll or being variety to your physique and your mind and your self. It is these little issues I believe that make an even bigger distinction in the end,” she added.
Johnson mentioned she’s at the moment “studying loads” and watching motion pictures.
Dakota Johnson attends the LA Particular Screening of “The Peanut Butter Falcon” at The ArcLight Hollywood on Thursday, Aug. 1, 2019.
Johnson stars within the upcoming movie “The Excessive Be aware,” during which she portrays a worn-out private assistant to a famous person performer Grace Davis, performed by Tracee Ellis Ross. It is set to premiere on digital platforms on Could 29 amid the pandemic, which pushed the movie’s theater launch from its authentic date of Could 8.
Fox Information’ Julius Younger contributed to this report.
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