Goldie Hawn Promotes Mental Wellness for Kids with Moving Speech and Videos
Actress Goldie Hawn took her campaign for mental wellness for kids a notch higher on Monday with the videos she shared on her Instagram Stories and page.
She shared a video showing as she jumped up and down a mini trampoline for kids. Hawn was clad in a black MindUp tanktop with "Spread The Love" inscribed on it. She paired the top with black sweatpants.
Hawn was inside a gym during the video and rocked to Ariana Grande's hit song "No Tears Left to Cry" as she jumped. She also screamed, "Spread the Love."
A second clip showed Hawn cradling her pet dogs and spreading the love on them. The video was captioned, "Just… SPREAD THE LOVE 💕."
Hawn shared another video on her Instagram page that showed her sitting with her legs folded on a white couch. In the video, the blonde actress reminded everyone that May is Mental Health Awareness month.
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She also expressed that the MindUp program is the most important project in her life before urging fans to support the program by purchasing any apparel. 100% of the proceeds would go to MindUp and more children all over the world.
The videos Hawn shared emphasized how she continues to bring proven mindfulness lessons to children and their parents online for free with The Goldie Hawn Foundation and its MindUp program.
The videos also showed her love for dancing on trampolines, which she displayed in May 2020 when she crushed a trampoline dance workout in her home gym.
Besides these, Hawn's love for pets was also on display. The actress owns several dogs and added to her brood in January when she and her longtime partner, Kurt Russell, welcomed a puppy named Roy to their household.
Mental health is a topic that continues to bring wide-reaching discussions amid the growing number of related health issues. Many notable personalities have spoken about and made efforts to find lasting solutions to mental health issues.
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