Rampage: Dwayne Johnson Doesn't Like Sad Endings In His Movies

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Thankfully, these days people are being more open about their own struggles with mental health as the stigma around the topic wears away, giving hope to those around them who may be suffering in silence.

Due to his early wrestling career, an acting CV dominated by action roles and his sheer size, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is often heralded as a "man's man" - an embodiment of everything that is stereotypically masculine.

In an interview with The Express, the former WWE superstar talks about his struggles with depression.

The family had been evicted from their apartment just months before she tried to kill herself.

Watching his mother step into oncoming traffic on Nashville's Interstate 65, he remembered saving her life.

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"I grabbed her and pulled her back on the gravel shoulder of the road", he continued.

Johnson added, "What's insane about that suicide attempt is that to this day, she has no recollection of it whatsoever". "Probably best she doesn't". Johnson was only 15 years old when the incident had happened. "We went to the baby doctors today and everything is good and looking great, and so now, this Friday, I have got to go to Shanghai". "I do a lot of fishin" and truckin' down here and these gators are some of my favorite freshwater species.They've been rompin' and chompin' for 37 million years. As The Rock says, men have a tendency to keep our feelings bottled up inside.

"We both healed but we've always got to do our best to pay attention when other people are in pain". "I think what people can take away from this film is to go and have fun and to leave the theater floating", he told The Hollywood Reporter during the film's premiere Wednesday night at the Microsoft Theater. He didn't reveal what was wrong was her, but said she was all right and thanked the medical professionals who helped them. The actor took to Twitter to share the love with a post that read, "Got tons of responses to this".

"I found that with depression, one of the most important things you could realize is that you're not alone", Johnson explains. "I've struggled with that for a very, very long time".