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  • -We're back.

  • We're talking, part two.

  • We survived the handstand.

  • For me, it was like more of a headstand, right?

  • -Yeah, but you did a really good job. Like...

  • -The tuck-in was the secret move.

  • -The tuck-in, what do you mean? Which tuck-in?

  • -I tucked in my shirt. -Oh, yeah.

  • The shirt tuck-in, that's essential.

  • -Yeah, that is -- yeah. Because no one wants to -- it's --

  • -I do them sometimes at airports and will forget

  • to tuck in my shirt, and that's not a good situation.

  • -[ Laughs ] -No one needs that.

  • -I want to talk about your new movie.

  • It is out now digitally,

  • but then it will be on video on demand this Friday.

  • And it is called "Endings, Beginnings."

  • "Endings, Beginnings."

  • What does it mean? Can you describe it?

  • -Well, yes, I can.

  • You know, this movie was such a whirlwind.

  • We filmed it almost two -- a year and a half ago.

  • The whole thing was improvised.

  • And I joined the project... -Really?

  • -...a week and a half before we started filming.

  • Two weeks before we started filming,

  • which is very last minute.

  • And it completely changed my life.

  • The movie is about a --

  • It's a very simple story. It's not complex.

  • It's about a woman who, through the journey of the film,

  • discovers -- goes on a quest of sort of self-discovery

  • and tries to understand what it is that she's looking for

  • to find contentment and to find inner joy and inner peace

  • and feel grounded.

  • And I think we oftentimes always look externally

  • for things to help us and fill gaps within us.

  • And she eventually, you know, kind of finds out

  • that the internal path, that is the only thing

  • that will bring us true, true peace.

  • Which is actually pretty parallel to what's happening

  • right now, right? We're all stuck inside.

  • I think we're all having to be more internal than normal.

  • -Yeah, and why not use it to find yourself a little bit?

  • -Yeah. Maybe your life might be a little bit easier.

  • -It is called "Endings, Beginnings," guys.

  • It's available now.

  • It's going to be on video on demand on Friday.

  • Everyone that comes on -- and we're so thankful

  • that you're on the show, we ask them to spotlight

  • a charity or something that they're close to

  • or just want to be highlighted right now.

  • You know, and you chose this organization that --

  • I really love that you did this.

  • It is so you. It actually is you,

  • it's called allittakes.org.

  • What is the story behind this?

  • -So I started it with my mom ten years ago,

  • and she very much runs it now because I have not had time,

  • and it is her baby now and she's doing an incredible job.

  • But basically the charity, the organization,

  • works to empower children using empathy skills,

  • compassion skills, leadership skills,

  • so that people don't feel alone,

  • so that people feel like they're worthy.

  • Because I think that's the biggest killer

  • in our world is, you know, loneliness.

  • So many of us feel isolated from one another.

  • So if we can teach that to kids, that's huge,

  • but what she's specifically doing during this pandemic,

  • which is just -- which I'm so grateful

  • to talk about it, is the stats aren't out yet

  • because it's so soon and so new.

  • But the suicide rates right now are so high

  • because people -- and anxiety and depression

  • is through the roof right now,

  • more than it ever has been before.

  • People are stuck at home.

  • They don't know when they're going to work again.

  • Kids have their parents who have never taught them anything

  • in their lives suddenly home schooling them.

  • Kids don't know if their parents are going to be home or not

  • because they're trying to find work.

  • Parents don't know if they're going to be able to pay rent,

  • if they're going to get evicted.

  • So the stress rates are very real,

  • and she's created a program to provide people with tools

  • on how to cope with anxiety right now

  • and how to cope with depression.

  • And on May 14th, and every Sunday

  • throughout the month of May,

  • which is National Mental Health Month, Awareness Month,

  • she's offering these sessions where she can help

  • people at home learn how be okay

  • because everyone's hurting

  • and no one really knows what to do right now.

  • -I think it is amazing, and it's --

  • allittakes.org is the name of the website.

  • We'll put the chyron on the screen.

  • Shailene, I can't even thank you enough for coming on the show.

  • I miss you so much.

  • Every time I see you, I just want to hang out with you more

  • and I can't wait to see you next time, hopefully in person.

  • -Me, too. [ Laughs ]

  • Good memory! Oh, my gosh! Have a great...

  • -Goodbye, my friend.

  • Bye, buddy. -Bye!

-We're back.

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