Sylvester Stallone is opening up more and more in regards to the untimely death of his son Sage.
We are totally happy that he's not bottling it up inside any longer and think it is incredibly therapeutic for him to express any feelings he has just to get it out there.
Here's what he said on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno Show:
"When life hits you pretty hard, you can go into a dark corner or you can say, 'Ok, fine,' I’m going to find something to focus on — children, your wife, be supportive to other people too, because I know a lot of people go through this and they don’t get the attention that I do,. And I feel for them, because it’s one club that no one wants to be a member of, that’s for sure."
Wow, we had no idea the man was going to get so insightful on us.
The insightfulness is not even done?
Here's what he said:
"But I think about his memory, he was a lovely boy and I’ll always treasure that. I think it’s important to get back and start reliving your life — otherwise, you can go into a spiral.”
We're so sorry he has to endure this, but at least, like he said, he can focus on work to take his mind off of the pain and sadness his heart is battling through.
[Image via Ramey Pix.]
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