Brady regrets roasting for his kids

Tom Brady says he regrets roasting his kids.

Billed as “the greatest roast of all time,” Tom Brady lamented the impact it had on his three children.

“I loved the jokes about myself,” Brady said Tuesday on “The Pivot” podcast with Ryan Clark, Fred Taylor and Channing Crowder. “I thought they were really funny. I didn't like the way it affected my children.

“So that's the hardest part; the bitter part where you think you're one way and suddenly you're like, 'I'm never going to do it again,' because it really affected the people who mattered most to me.” In this world.

Brady's comments came at the end of the 56-minute podcast, when Taylor (his teammate with the New England Patriots in 2009 and 2010) asked him if he learned anything about himself from the roast.

Taylor's question seemed to reflect on his connection with his teammates and how the bond that has formed in the locker room over the years, but Brady focused on his children, Jack, Benjamin and Vivian.

“In a way, going through this makes you a better father,” he replied. “Sometimes you're naive. You don't know, or you're a little like, 'Oh, s—.'

“I like it when people make fun of me… I want to laugh, so I like to roast it. You don't always see the whole picture. So I think it's a good lesson for me. I'm going to become a better father because of it.”

Brady added: “At the same time, I'm glad everyone was there having so much fun. And, apart from that, 'I think it's always good to be 'you' if we're not laughing at things. Crying.' “I think we should have more fun. We loved laughing in the locker room. Let's do more than that, let's love one another and celebrate others' successes. That, to me, gives everyone a lot of confidence.”

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Part of the podcast focused on how May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and Brady admitted how he works in that area.

“I do my best to check in on myself as often as possible: my physical health, my mental health and my emotional health,” she said. “It's something I work on. I think every year I start something a little different.

“I wanted to rebuild my body last year because I lost weight last season. It's been a challenge. There's been a lot of work this year. I think I'm going to focus better next year. “A more steady pace of life between all our responsibilities. When is it too much? When is not enough? You're juggling these balls in the air, and of course for ex-athletes, we don't know what it's going to be like when we retire. .”

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