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Celebs have decided to use their platforms to open up about their own mental health.
It isn't easy to open up about our experiences, especially when it comes to personal struggles. You shouldn't have to if you don't feel comfortable doing it yet, but know that there are people willing to listen to your experiences when you're
"I was in a very dark place for two years, almost three years...I didn't have feelings. I just felt like a robot."
On March 26, 31-year-old actress Ellen Adarna opened up about her battle with mental illness, which affected her gravely for nearly three years."I was in a very dark place for two years, almost three years. I thought I wasn't gonna snap out of
Science says: Give them a break.
Science is confirming something we’ve always known: Weekends are for resting. Results from a U.K. study revealed that working weekends and clocking in long hours is detrimental to your health, especially your mental health.According to a study published in the Journal of
Burnout is real, and here are signs you might be suffering from it.
Remember those times when you felt sick and tired of work that you had to force yourself out of bed while fighting back an awkward tummy ache and feelings of anxiety, because you just really, really didn't want to go back to your
Photographer Ritz Marie raises awareness on mental health through her work.
Depression and anxiety have been a constant topic of interest circulating in mainstream media for the past few years. With TV shows like 13 Reasons Why and high-profile cases of suicide involving K-pop star Jong Hyun and more recently that of the late designer Kate Spade, the
The pop queen's outburst was a cry for help.
Performing at a sold-out arena here and abroad is nothing new for 29-year-old pop superstar Sarah Geronimo. And yet, something was amiss when she took the Las Vegas stage last weekend.Clearly exhausted and sleepless from a grueling tour schedule, Sarah broke down
One woman shares the fears in her head because of the mental illness.
Tell me what you did today. Did you get in the car and drive to work? Did you send someone a message? Maybe plan a trip abroad for the holidays?My turn. Today, I went on a long road trip with my family.
It's not something to be ashamed of.
In the middle of the ongoing discussion about mental health, Nadine Lustre opened up about her own struggles with depression. "It may come as a surprise to you but I have struggled with depression way back and still am to this day," she
"I want people to know that no one is perfect and we should stop comparing our lives to other people’s highlight reels."
Kryz Uy may be a social media celebrity herself, but she’s not apathetic to the important issues surrounding her. Being one of the country’s top bloggers, she knows that she has a voice—and she intends to use that to debunk one of
You're not alone.
Barbie has always been deemed perfect. Apart from her smooth skin, long hair, and hourglass body, she seems to be leading the good life. She is surrounded with friends, living the life in Malibu, and even has Ken by her side. But
Gather your workmates for a relaxing party!
When I graduated college, I immediately threw myself into looking for a full-time job. Thankfully, I landed a job that I have always dreamed of. And while my parents and close friends supported me, they also warned me about the possibilities of