Kevin Hart poses for a portrait at the opening of his new vegan fast-food restaurant “Hart House” on Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2022 in Los Angeles. (Photo by Willy Sanjuan/Invision/AP). Kevin Hart has reflected on reaching a place in his life where he has awareness of his personal demons. During an interview for the “On Purpose with Jay Shetty” podcast, the star discussed how he has done a lot of work on himself in recent years and is now okay with accepting the man that he is. “My monsters have been masked in disguise in various different ways but I’ve been able to pinpoint them throughout the years because some of those monsters got stronger… developed. You’re talking about the world of an ego,” he said. “The idea of who you think you are versus what you are or the idea of expectations and needs as to what you feel you need and what you have to have.” “That’s a monster that’s feeding that engine of, well, now that I’m making money, this is what I should have, this is how I should look, this is how I’m supposed to be. That’s a monster that you’re feeding because ultimately you’re buying in,” Hart explained.
Kevin Hart Reflects On Combating “Monsters” In Personal Life
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