The 28-year-old singer reflects on the many lows of 2020, along with some silver linings.
Kim Kardashian is breaking her silence to discuss Kanye West’s mental health in the wake of hurtful comments he’s made about her and their family over the last three days.
The beloved "General Hospital" star calls himself the “poster child for mental illness,” and now he’s written about that journey in his new memoir, "Nothing General About It."
The rapper, who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder two years ago, talked about the “strong stigma” associated with mental illness — and what happens to him during a manic episode.
A fight between the two artists — over Kanye West — has been playing out on Twitter.
Ariana Grande reveals that the song 'Get Well Soon' on her "Sweetener" album is about her struggles with anxiety.
The singer is breaking his silence about her death, which he attributes to her mental illness.
The actress revealed on "The View": "I felt like I couldn't do it on my own. I looked totally fine, and that's the thing with mental illness, is you look totally fine, and I needed help."
Margot Kidder already had a long, successful career — and four Superman flicks under her belt — when she suffered a very public mental breakdown in 1996.
Mariah Carey bravely revealed a secret on Wednesday: In 2001, the singing sensation was diagnosed with bipolar II disorder — and she's kept it under wraps for nearly 17 years.
Mariah Carey was hit with "disgusting" comments about her bipolar disorder, revealing why many don't talk about their mental illnesses.
Although she was first diagnosed in 2001 (when she was hospitalized for a physical and mental breakdown), “I didn’t want to believe it,” the superstar singer-songwriter said.
Farrah Abraham Says Her Mother Is 'Evil' After She Claimed the Star Had Multiple Mental Illnesses
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“Lord, take Chester in your arms and please re-unite him with his family and all of us one day. Fans widely criticized Welch, who has successfully battled depression himself, for his remarks about Bennington. Love you Chester.
Carrie Fisher has died at age 60, after a heart attack. No one was more open about her struggles navigating through life and Hollywood than Fisher herself. From mental illness to substance abuse, Carrie used her quick wit to write numerous novels and nonfiction books — including the recent The Princess Diarist — about her journey.
Lady Gaga has revealed that she suffers from PTSD. The 30-year-old Gaga surprised teens at the Ali Forney Center, a New York City shelter for LGBT homeless youth. “I told the kids today, ‘I suffer from PTSD.’ I’ve never told anyone that before,” Gaga said.
Scott Stapp is planning to record a song “Up From the Ashes” that will address his mental health issues. Stapp tells Billboard he’ll hit the studio during December to record “Up From the Ashes,” which will be released in January as part of an initiative with the National Alliance For Mental Illness “to really raise awareness and try to fight the stigma of mental health.” The song is part of Stapp’s recovery from a meltdown last fall, which saw him go AWOL from his family and post a series of alarming social media messages claiming to be broke, homeless and under government surveillance. “I’m excited about this campaign,” Stapp says, “and I’m excited that I’m afforded the opportunity to speak out about this epidemic we have in our country, to help fight stigma and hopefully connect with others who are suffering out there in silence, and families that are suffering in silence, not knowing what to do with a family member who’s in the throes of mental illness, and really point them in the right direction to where they can get help.