Celebrities, who is no stranger to depression
More recently, social media was a flashmob #faceofdepression, the impetus for which was the position of the widow singer Linkin Park, Chester Bennington, who committed suicide in July of this year. Flash mob, which was to draw public attention to the purpose of mental health problems and to change people's attitudes to depression, showed that the victim of the depression can be absolutely anyone. No exception and celebrities who are also going through a difficult period of rehabilitation, and fame are likely factor inhibiting recovery.
In August 2017 Sinead O'Connor has posted a video message, where the star of 90th honestly talked about her long struggle with depression and suicidal thoughts that visit it constantly. On the problems faced by people with mental illness and a lack of understanding on the part of relatives.
According to the singer, she recorded a video to convey a simple idea: how difficult man to live with depression or other mental disorders.
In 2016, in an interview on YouTube's Off-Camera Show Kristen Bell told Sam Jones that taking medication for depression and anxiety. She also said that her mother, grandmother and other family members had similar problems.
"Nobody blames a lack of insulin in diabetics, but if you have enough serotonin, and you are suffering from depression and anxiety - it causes condemnation. Very interesting double standard. " Kristen Council to deal with depression and anxiety: I understand that there is no shame in seeking help, including medication, to improve mental health.
"All my life I suffered from depression and anxiety," - said in 2015 Lady Gaga in an interview with Billboard magazine. Singer founded the nonprofit BornThisWayFoundation Fund, which provides support to young people affected by bullying, abuse and depression.
Lady Gaga has openly and without embarrassment about his experiences and do not hide the fact that repeatedly faced with the problem of depression and anxiety.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson
In 2015, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson shared an encouraging and inspiring message to support all those who are dealing with depression.
"You're not the first who has been through it, and you are not going to last. I'm sorry that I did not have someone at the time, who could just take me aside and say, "Hey, everything will be fine." I'm sorry that I did not know. "
He gave up his dream of football and instead focused on a new career fight. Today, "The Rock" best-selling author, a family man and a movie star. However, he hopes that people with depression do not lose hope in dark times.
The singer has never hidden his problems and plans to de-stigmatize mental illness, sharing its history. Demi Lovato said, "I just think that mental illness - it's what people need to learn more. I want people to know that you can ask for help, and that's fine if you have a mental illness. " Speaking at the National Council for Behavioral Health in Washington, DC, she said: "I think it's important that people are no longer looking at mental illness as a taboo, about which we can not speak" - Demi explains.
Sarah Silverman beautiful, successful and sarcastic comedian. But she ran into depression. "People use the term" panic attack "is very sloppy, but I do not think that most of them really know what it is. Each breathing is difficult. You are dying. You will die. This is terrible. And then, when the attack is over, the depression is still there, "- says the star.
"I would not wish anyone depression, but if you ever experience it, or feel it right now, just know that on the other side of the small pleasures in life are much sweeter. Tough times, days when you just a ball on the floor - they will be held. You play a long game, and life is totally worth it. "
Cara Delevingne has become a popular supermodel in adolescence. But as Cara Delevingne has grown, it has also struggled with depression. At age 15, she got into "a massive wave of depression, anxiety and self-hatred", - she told Vogue in an interview in 2015.
She was detrimental lifestyle, taking psychotropic drugs and attending physician - anything from this it did not help. Once in his apartment in New York, it was visited by thoughts of suicide: "I thought, I need to decide if I love myself just the way I like the idea of death." And then on the laptop was the song "SpottieOttieDopaliscious" from Outkast, who played at the funeral of a friend who recently died of a heroin overdose. It was like a warning from him. And it's me so angry. "