Mayim Bialik has a new mental-health podcast and a new Fox sitcom, 'Call Me Kat,' and talks about the struggle to manage her public persona.
The model and spouse of Justin Bieber talks about "toxic" cancel culture and how being harassed made her "really anxious all the time."
Chris Rock has spent his time in quarantine reflecting on his past through therapy, he revealed to Gayle King on CBS Sunday Morning.
"I look outside and there’s still a pandemic," the "Top Chef" host said in her candid post about feeling low at the start of the new year.
Tamar Braxton opened up about her mental health struggles — and it was a multi-tissue conversation.
The singer told fans that she struggled with "the constant pressure of being in a girl group and living up to expectations."
"Staring at the cold white walls, my eyes glazed over. I tried to imagine how we’d heal,” she wrote.
In a lengthy Twitter thread, O'Connor revealed that she "never took proper time to heal" her trauma and was ready to get help
“I didn’t make that decision to make it public — somebody else did,” the Emmy Award-winning journalist tells Yahoo Entertainment. “I was at rehab getting help."
"Retired superhero" Stephen Amell says he "actively, actively, actively" tried to avoid contracting the coronavirus.
Markle also revealed the truth behind her viral "Not many people have asked if I’m OK" quote.
Taraji P. Henson will shine a spotlight on mental wellness in a new talk show for Facebook Watch, co-hosted with her longtime best friend, Tracie Jade Jenkins. The original series, "Peace of Mind with Taraji" (working title), is slated to go into production later in 2020. In the show, Henson ("Empire," "Hidden Figures") and Jenkins […]
The pop star opens up about a dark time when she struggled with fame: "My biggest enemy is Lady Gaga."
The young actress is teaming up with the creators of the "got milk?" campaigns to encourage younger generations to do the same.
The "Good Morning America" meteorologist acknowledged Suicide Prevention Week with personal reflections.
The "Riverdale" actress opens up about her sexuality and mental health during the pandemic.
The "Wrecking Ball" singer had no shortage of stories in her two-hour interview on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast and one was about a head injury she suffered as a child when she was on a dirt bike with her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus.
The 28-year-old singer reflects on the many lows of 2020, along with some silver linings.
While no one would suggest getting tattooed simply for the mental benefits, the act of getting tattooed and the aftermath can impact your mind in a positive way.
Tattoos are uniquely personal — just like our DNA — but what’s not unique is the ultra-powerful connection they build among all of us.