Not long ago, Whoopi Goldberg talked about the hard time when she “flirted” with the idea of committing suicide.

Goldberg, who is best known for her iconic role as Deloris Van Cartier in the 1990s classic Sister Act, was on Anderson Cooper’s “All There Is” show and was asked about a certain part of her upcoming memoir, “Bits and Pieces: My Mother, My Brother, and Me.”

Unfortunately, the famous CNN reporter read some sad parts of the book about the death of the 68-year-old’s mother, Emma Harris, who had a stroke in 2010 and died.

It was only five years after her brother died of a brain aneurysm that she talked about it in the same ways.

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In one part of the book, it says, “It’s not like they could have stopped me from dying, but every once in a while I wonder, ‘Why did you all leave me here?'”

The star, however, said she knew the answer: “we have stuff we gotta get done.”

“And now is not the time for us. “It’s not our time,” she said.

This woman also said that our kids and grandkids “need to know us.”

Cooper clearly broke down in tears when Goldberg said those things, adding that he too “finds himself asking that question: ‘Why did you leave me?'”

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Goldberg then said that she “flirted” with the idea of committing suicide.

Goldberg said, “And I once flirted, once flirted with, thinking about leaving.” “Then I asked myself, ‘How?'” That would be a bad thing to do to my kid, especially if they like me.

The famous person then talked about how much she loves her daughter Alexandrea “Alex” Martin Dean. She called her a “fine woman” and a “really good person” who has raised “three fine, very bizarre children” with her husband.

“Why would you treat them that way?” She asked, “Why would you leave them with that?”

Somewhere else He asked the actor, who is also a well-liked host on The View, what she would tell a friend who is sad about the death of a loved one.

“Just tell someone “I’m so sorry,” she said. “Give them a hug or write them a note saying ‘I don’t know how to deal with this because it’s never happened to me.'” Tell the truth.

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