Secrets and Lies star Ryan Phillipe opened up to Elle.com about his lifelong struggle with depression. He says his emotional pain helps him to connect to his character on the ABC show because he’s “quietly tortured at times.”
The former Black Flag frontman and current LA Weekly columnist came under fire for what was perceived to be insensitive remarks. Now, he has apologized. Find out what he said in the first place and how he’s responded to his critics.
Khloe Kardashian opened up about having memory loss problems, including most of her childhood years. On tonight’s episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians sister Kourtney and mom Kris ask her if she remembers things like going horseback riding, trips to San Diego, or Kourtney protesting her mom making only spaghetti, Khloe says she can’t recall any of it. “You have no memory of your childhood. It’s bizarre,” Kris says. What’s going on with Khloe?
According to multiple reports, Gia Allemand was heartbroken at the time of her death because she felt love would always elude her. Tragically, she failed to see there were many people in her life who loved and cared for her
Princess Diana secretly struggled with bulimia and depression for the majority of her time in the public eye. After eventually seeking treatment, she became an advocate for eating disorders and had a lasting effect.
While starring on screen in the reality series Mrs. Eastwood & Company, Dina Ruiz Eastwood appeared to be on an even keel, but apparently the wife of famed actor and director Clint Eastwood was struggling behind the scenes because she has reportedly checked herself into rehab to deal with mental health issues.
The controversial reality show The Swan is set to return to the airwaves this summer with a special celebrity reboot. Just as with the original two seasons in 2004, it is receiving a lot of criticism — and, this time, former contestants are among those denouncing the show.
Any way you look at it, life is stressful for most 18- to 33-year-olds. From gaining financial independence to finding a career path to settling into a serious relationship, there are a lot of stressors affecting young adults. According to a new survey, these anxieties are adding up to make Millennials the most stressed generational group alive.