New York: Sylvester Stallone hopes that time will heal the deep sorrow he feels over the tragic death of his son Sage.
In his first televised interview since the July 13 tragedy, the 66-year-old actor called Sage’s untimely passing a “reality of life.”
“It’s tough, I mean, it’s very, very tough,” the New York Post quoted Stallone as saying on NBC’s show ‘Today.’
“But if you have good friends and your family’s support, it’s just something that’s a horrible situation.
“But, you know, time hopefully will heal and you try to get through it. But it’s just something that’s a reality of life,” he said.
Stallone said this while being interviewed along with several of his ‘Expendables 2’ co-stars.
“It’s important to get back and try to start re-living your life.
“Otherwise you can, you can go into a spiral,” he added.