Zach Braff says the therapy plays a big role in his life for saving him. Find how it change his life fully?

“I’ve been in therapy on and off my whole life. It’s definitely changed my life,” says Zach Braff

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Zach Braff says therapy is a lifesaver for him source: Page Six

Zach Braff says therapy helped him in so many ways and he is all fine with therapy only. He thinks that he would not have made it this far without therapy sessions.

Zach Braff and therapy have a great connection together. According to the sources, it is clear that he solved his life problems with the help of therapy sessions.

Similarly, the biggest trauma of his life was his best friend’s death which he is getting over slowly through therapy. Likewise, his split with his wife is another problem that is now over from Zach due to sessions.

So, we can say that Braff is here sitting strong with the help of therapy sessions. While promoting his new Apple TV+ series, Shrinking, Braff gave credit to therapy for always being there during his tough times. Meanwhile, he also announced that the new comedy-drama will help all to get encouraged like him.

On Tuesday, at the Paley Center for Media in New York City, he mentioned,

“I’ve been in therapy on and off my whole life. It’s definitely changed my life and helped me through some really tough times when I’ve had to deal with grief and rough patches.”

Zach Braff is also the director of the new show as she stated,

“I think that’s one of the wonderful things about this show. It’s sort of a PR campaign for the whole industry. It’s showing how it can help people’s lives.”

And, he also added,

“I know part of the reason this show came about is because for myself and men like Bill Lawrence and Jason Segel, therapy has been very helpful in our lives.”


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Talking about the new show, “Shrinking”, the comedy series features Harrison Ford as a therapist, and Jason Segal plays the role. Simply, the series is a comedy series, and the description reads,

“Shrinking follows a grieving therapist (played by Segel) who starts to break the rules and tell his clients exactly what he thinks. Ignoring his training and ethics, he finds himself making huge, tumultuous changes to people’s lives…including his own.”

Furthermore, Jason Segal is co-creator and executive producer of the series with Bill Lawrence and Ted Lasso’s Brett Goldstein. On the other hand, Shrinking will be out with its two episodes streaming on January 27 on Apple TV+.

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Zach Braff expresses his feelings about his best friend, Nick Cordero‘s demise at the age of 41. As per the sources, Nick died due to coronavirus in July 2020. While Cordero was in the hospital, he suffered different complications which includes blood clots.

Due to the clotting of blood, his left leg was cut off. Likewise, he also had septic shock, fungus on his lungs, mini-strokes, and his heartbeat wasn’t regular. Nick was married to Amanda Kloots and they have a three-year-old son, Elvis. The death of Nick Cordero was very stressful for Zach as they were best buddies.

After the uncertain demise of Nick, Zach wrote an emotional statement via social media saying,

“The last thing he ever texted me was to look out for his wife and one year old son, Elvis,” he posted to Instagram. “I promise the world they will never want for anything. I feel so incredibly grateful I got to have Nick Cordero enter my life”


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Apart from this, the actor is always concerned about therapy. He recommends everyone who is dealing with shit must go to therapy sessions for themselves.

He mentioned that the therapy is in his family as his mother did it, stepfather, and stepmother did. All worked within the therapy industry. Moreover, he stated,

“I recommend therapy to anyone that is willing. It can be a helpful tool in life. It’s not just something for when you are in a crisis, a therapist can be someone who is like a coach that helps you make the right choices in life and stirs you in the right direction.”

Also, he added,

“People who aren’t savvy about it might think it is only for the tough times and when you are in crisis but I don’t think that is the case.”


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On the other hand, Braff also split with his long-term girlfriend, Florence Pugh after being together for three years. However, Florence and Zach are still good friends and she will be starring in his new project, “A Good Person” which will release in March.


Written by Keshaa Perry

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