8 Celebs Who Got Real About Depression, Bipolar Disorder & Eating Disorders
October 10th is
World Mental Health Day, a day when people around the world work to raise awareness and support for
mental health issues. While it’s helpful for everyone to share their experiences, celebrities have a unique platform, should they choose to use it. According to the
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), one of the most effective ways to fight
mental health stigma is to hear one person’s lived experience — and while this can certainly come from friends and family members, celebrities can instantly reach millions of people
when they step forward.