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Savannah Chrisley & Ex Nic Kerdiles Speak Out About Depression & Anxiety Following Emergency Event

Savannah Chrisley & Ex Nic Kerdiles Speak Out About Depression & Anxiety Following Emergency Event

Savannah Chrisley and her ex Nic Kerdiles are speaking out in a new video.

The former couple, along with her dad Todd, are sharing their truth and slamming a tabloid report about the situation.

Nic has been battling with his mental health and especially recently with depression and anxiety following a bout with COVID.

In their video, Savannah shares statistics about the pandemic’s negative impact on mental health.

Then, Nic shares his truth about that night, which reportedly took place on Monday (January 31).

See what he shared inside… More Here! »

Selena Gomez To Launch New Mental Health Company With Mom Mandy

Selena Gomez To Launch New Mental Health Company With Mom Mandy

Selena Gomez and her mom Mandy Teefey, along with Daniella Pierson, are set to launch a new mental health company.

The trio will be launching WonderMind in 2022, “a media company focusing on mental health in a way that has never been done before,” according to Entrepreneur.

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Ariana Grande Is Giving Away $1 Million In Free Therapy

Ariana Grande Is Giving Away $1 Million In Free Therapy

Madelaine Petsch Opens Up About Her Mental Health After Her Break Up & During Quarantine

Madelaine Petsch Opens Up About Her Mental Health After Her Break Up & During Quarantine

Madelaine Petsch is speaking out about her mental health in 2020.

In a new interview, the 26-year-old Riverdale actress shared that her breakup from Travis Mills and the pandemic really took a toll on her at the start of the year.

“My mental health was at an all time low,” she told Flaunt magazine. “Every day was definitely a challenge and therapy was absolutely key for me to keep sane. My best friend moved in with me and that was a huge game changer for my mental health. I found ways to be creative while staying positive and reading books. I read this book called ‘Vibrate Higher Daily,’ and it’s basically about how to radiate positivity. And I found more books to help me navigate.”

Madelaine also opened up about how she didn’t really know who she was while not working.

“It really took me probably five months through this whole pandemic to get back to an okay mental state,” she said. “I had a lot of anxiety over quarantine, and I felt like without my job and without Riverdale, I didn’t know what my identity was. I’m saying this because I don’t want anyone to feel like they’re alone. I’m in the same boat and I feel it, and I’m right there with them.”

Some things that Madelaine did to help her through it, besides having her bestie by her side – meditating, checking in with friends, talking to her mom and reading. She also kept up with “The Five Minute Journal” and made sure to remind herself three things that she was grateful.

In case you missed it, see what Madelaine said about her co-star KJ Apa‘s shirtless TikTok dances!

Selena Gomez Admits She Was Angry When Her Mental Health Story Got Twisted

Selena Gomez Admits She Was Angry When Her Mental Health Story Got Twisted

Selena Gomez is opening up about her mental health and deleting social media.

The 28-year-old actress, singer and producer shared about revealing her struggles with anxiety and depression publicly.

“For me, I had to give up social media… so I would go through these periods when I wouldn’t [use my accounts],” Selena said in a joint interview with her mom Mandy Teefey with The Newsette. “But I got so angry that my story was twisted into so many different things. The first time I posted [again], I was like, ‘I claim my own story, so if you don’t hear it from me, then it’s not true. Did I go and get help? Yes I did. But I’m not ashamed. I feel better and I feel like I can understand a lot of things now.’”

“I think that was my moment when I knew [nobody] was going to take my story away from me. And I really do believe that I made the circle, if you will, of making the media look like s–t if they’re making fun of someone who has mental health issues,” she continued.

“I don’t really care what people think about me. On my own social media, I got to tell the truth. And once I started claiming my own name, I think people understood my mental health journey,” Selena went on. “Now I get to support other people, and with the Rare Impact Fund, we’re pledging to donate $100 million in 10 years to mental health causes, so now I get to talk more openly about mental health to hopefully help others.”

In case you missed it, Selena has a very exciting new role!

Noah Centineo Opens Up About Depression & Anxiety Before Starting Favored Nations

Noah Centineo Opens Up About Depression & Anxiety Before Starting Favored Nations

Noah Centineo is speaking out about dealing with depression and anxiety.

The 24-year-old actor revealed at Advertising Week 2020 that he was feeling anxious and depressed before he co-founded the Favored Nations organization.

“It’s not about getting in wherever I can into people’s phones at home, it’s about going inside of myself and [saying], ‘How can I feel okay? How do I feel?’” he shared about using his social media platform for his work with Favored Nations.

“There was a time when I wasn’t doing any of this, and I had financial security, and I didn’t have to worry about my survival, yet I was depressed, so anxious, and so unhappy with my life, and I didn’t know why that was,” Noah said.

“And it wasn’t until I went inward and went, ‘Oh, it’s because you’re living for yourself and only for yourself,’ that I discovered that I should probably do something,” he continued. “I couldn’t even look in the mirror.. How am I supposed to walk around if I couldn’t even look at myself in the mirror?”

“This whole concept is really rooted from a place of being selfishly selfless so that I can get up in the morning and feel good about what I’m doing with my life.”

In case you missed it, find out how Noah and Favored Nations are helping in the upcoming election!

Selena Gomez Reveals The Hardest Part of Taking Care of Her Mental Health

Selena Gomez Reveals The Hardest Part of Taking Care of Her Mental Health

Selena Gomez is opening up once again about the importance of mental health.

The 28-year-old entertainer, who has been open about her battles, is dishing on the hardest part of seeking treatment.

“I’ve tried a ton of different things, but the one thing I’ve never stopped doing is asking for help,” Selena told People. “That was the hardest part, but I truly believe that that’s why I’m stronger. This is something that is the most important thing in the world to me ’cause it’s my mental health.”

She also shared what she does when she’s having a tough day.

“The first thing I do is find space alone, because I [tend to] push and push myself so I don’t have to think about my feelings,” Selena dished. “I’ll go to my room, lie down, drink some water and take a few deep breaths. Then if I need a friend, I call a friend. If I need my therapist, I call my therapist. On top of the heavy stuff, it’s important to just take time with yourself and be gentle. I know it can seem like bulls–t, but it’s true!”