Charlamagne Tha God, Generational Life Change
The Charlamagne Tha God we all know from twenty years ago is dead. The Charlamagne Tha God we all know from even ten years ago, dead. Fear and life’s trials and tribulations have done a number on our beloved radio personality, but only for the better. In his recent book interview with podcast host Bill Rhoden, Charlamagne Tha God explained his good, his bad, and his ugly along with his hopes and dreams he put in his second book entitled Shook One: Anxiety Playing Tricks On Me.
The book in some ways give praises and also shouts out hip hop artists Mob Deep for the song title “Shook One”, and to the Geto Boys for the phrase “Anxiety Playing Tricks On Me” from their debut hit song “My Mind Is Playing Tricks On Me”. In this second book Charlamagne Tha God speaks from a vulnerable place, speaking about his true fears, struggles with anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Through therapy, Charlamagne Tha God was able to overcome his fears. Being a black man living in America (or “Blackanoid” as he refers to himself at that time) brought on a lot of anxiety, paranoid behaviors and suppressed issues and feelings. But with faith and therapy, Charlamagne Tha God was able to persevere and become a better person for the women in his life. See This Page for additional information.
With a wife, two daughters, and one more on the way Charlamagne Tha God knew from past mistakes that he had to do better in his relationships with women. Having a new outlook on women and how to treat them has really made an impact on how he sees things now. Anything that helps to change the world in regards to women, he is a big supporter of.
Growing up takes a lot of help and discipline. The wise man we know now was not the provocative man we remember from 10 or 20 years ago. Charlamagne persevered through his fears, and anxiety to become a better father and husband. Its clear that his future belongs with the women in his life. And by his past mistakes, his life change was inevitable.