December 21, 2020 8:20:48 am
Jane Fonda, an American actor, political activist, environmentalist, and former fashion model, talks about her her journey towards healing through forgiving herself, at the Emmy nominated series “Oprah’s Master Class”.
The Book Club actor, who blamed herself for her mother’s suicide said, “A year after my mother died… I thought… it was my fault. I went through life with a lot of guilt, the way kids do. I thought it’s all about me. It’s all my fault. Many years later, when I got the records from the institution… It was a big packet, I remember when it arrived. I started to shake.”
“Everything fell into place. I wanted to take her in my arms and tell her how sorry I was. Also, I was able to forgive myself. It had nothing to do with me,” the actor said, positing how important it is to forgive oneself in order to heal.
Jane Fonda has received various accolades including two academy awards, seven golden globe awards, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and many more. She celebrates her 83rd birthday today.
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