Jada Pinkett Smith talks about How she Dealt with Suicidal Thoughts

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"That feeling of, you're my one, and my only, there's no one else, for me, that would not work", Willow responded.

"We, as women, have been trained that women aren't supposed to enjoy sex, sex is not for women, sex is for men, pleasure is for men", Jada said before explaining that once in the past, after an experiment with abstaining from men, she went through an addiction to sex toys. "She was actively seeking help and working closely with her doctors to treat her disease, one that takes far too many lives". What I eat, what I watch on TV, what music I listen to, how I care for my body, my spiritual practice, what people I surround myself with, the amount of stress I allow and so on... either contribute to or deteriorate my mental health'.

So whether you're a young girl or an older man, practicing mental health daily is a must.

Jada revealed that she began masturbating at the age of 9 and she has her grandmother to thank for it.

"My grandmother taught me about self-pleasuring because she wanted me to know that that pleasure was from me", said Pinkett Smith. "She taught me at nine. It was silhouetted", she said. 9 years old is too soon, to be touching yourself or to be s8xual aroused, it's just not normal...

Not stopping with the goods now, the actress, 46, today divulged some rather intimate details as to when she started pleasuring herself and how much she was doing it. I understood that because I didn't have the bubble.

The star opened up about the subject during the sex-themed episode of her show, which she hosts alongside Willow and her mom Adrienne Banfield-Jones, 64.

Willow later reveals that her introduction to sex was actually walking on her famous parents, which Jada spoke to ET about last month.

"When the hell did you walk in on us?" Jada said with a shocked expression.

"It was in Utah ... not Utah".

"I was going downstairs to get some juice and I saw for a little moment and I ran away. I was like, 'Oh my god, this is so insane, what did I just see?' It wasn't like I was seeing everything, the room was dark". "What did I just see?'"

She added that the room was "dark", so she didn't see everything, but it felt like she had just "overstepped a boundary", like she "wasn't supposed to be there".

If you or someone you know is in emotional distress or considering suicide, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

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