Lana Condor who became suddenly famous after the 2018 film, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before has recently opened up about how she went into mental stress because of this sudden fame.
Interviewing with Self, Lana shared her struggles about her mental health and was talking that she was just saying to the projects all coming in her way due to it is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, which is true though. Read on her statement only.
Then she continued saying to Self, “But I’ve never felt more horrible mentally. I was so burned out. I would go home at night and I couldn’t speak. I couldn’t eat. I couldn’t sleep. I would shake going to bed and shake waking up because it was just so much stimulation.”
Further, Lana went on saying that who helped her through this demanding situation and said that her real-life B.F., Anthony De La Torre, really helped her navigate forward. “Anthony—every night or every morning—folds my PJs and tucks them under my pillow so that I don’t have to go looking for them,” she said. Adding on, “That, to me, is the biggest expression of love. That’s so much better than, I don’t know…a hot-air balloon.”
By concluding the chat Condor was asked what she would tell her character, Lara Jean, if she could, and said that “If someone’s making you choose [between them and] your career or your future and your success and your path and your journey, that’s probably not the right person to be with.”