"Go to therapy. Clean up all the s--t. Clean up all of the toxins and the noise. Understand who you are. Educate yourself on the self."
Jennifer Aniston emphasized the benefits of therapy when asked what she would have changed in her 30s in the upcoming September issue of Glamour magazine.
The 44-year-old actress who is now also reportedly undergoing In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) treatments said, "You can undo a lot of things. If you're not happy, you can become happy. Happiness is a choice. That's the thing I really feel. Like with friends who refuse to get happy, who refuse to rise above the place where they're at."
Aniston isn't the only celebrity who has put therapy to work for them. Singer Katy Perry, who turns 29 this October, sought out therapy after her divorce from Russell Brand and reportedly poured that into her new upcoming album.
"Obviously I've been through a lot of therapy since my last record and that's what this is about," she told Britain's Radio 1.
Jennifer Garner has also spoke publicly about therapy's benefits for those without a specific mental illness. The 41-year-old actress told Parade Magazine in 2010, "It’s easy when you’re hurt and angry to just say, 'Oh, it’s them.' But I had to come into my own. I thought, 'Why did this relationship not work? What part of the failure is my responsibility?' So I went to work on it. I started therapy."
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