The actor Chris rock Has been diagnosed with a learning disorder.
After a nine-hour series of cognitive tests earlier this year (20), the 55-year-old “Dolemite is my name“Star was diagnosed with Nonverbal Education Disorder (NVLD).
Speaking from Hollywood reporter, Chris explained his position that he had challenges in interpreting nonverbal cues in social situations, acknowledging that “I understand that all words are there.”
“Well, all those things are really great for writing jokes,” the star quipped. “I always chalk it up to being famous … Any time someone will answer me in a negative way, I think, ‘Whatever, they’re responding to something they think What to do with me? ”
“Now, I was realizing that it was me. A lot of it was me,”Elders 2“Tara went.”
Now, Chris performs seven hours of therapy each week, while also processing childhood trauma.
“I felt that I was really working with it, and the reality is that I have never dealt with it,” he told the publication. “The reality was the pain and fear that brought me, I was experiencing it every day.”
The comedian grew up and was known in school as the only black student of his class. He often found balloons filled with pete and racist jokes, such as “n **** r, go home.” He said, “No matter what I was going through, it was more of a synergy than going through my mother or my father, so, there wasn’t much to deal with.”
He said, “I’m not believing today’s youth, but I wish someone had sent me a bad text when I was a kid.” “These mummy ** kers were trying to kill me.”