Mental Health Awareness Month – Celebs who opened up about mental health


Mental health is not selective: it affects us all. You never know what’s really going on with a person – or behind perfectly curated Instagram feeds. These celebrities have spoken out about their present or past mental health struggles. To support others, share love, and help find the courage to talk about it.

Addison Rae

Instagram @addisonraee

TikTok queen Addison Rae recently opened up about how constantly having all eyes on her negatively affected her body image and self-confidence. She’s better since she reached out for help, and that’s why mental health awareness is now so important to her.

Billie Eilish

Instagram @billieeilish

Grammy winner Billie Eilish opened up about her depression and how the sudden fame had shaken her – to the point of suicidal thoughts. Today, she is feeling better and asks her fans: “Please, take care of yourself and be good to yourself”.


Singer Lizzo has recently decided to be transparent about her suffering from depression too. Following her announcement, she is extremely grateful for the warm, supportive and loving response from her fans.

Kendall Jenner

Instagram @kendalljenner

Kendall revealed in Vogue that she struggles with anxiety and talked about her symptoms such as shortness of breath and negative thoughts. She advocates for destigmatizing mental illness, including anxiety, which is so common.

Lily-Rose Depp

Instagram @lilyrose_depp

Model and actress opened up about her suffering from anorexia when she was younger. Today, Lily-Rose Depp recovered and wants to deliver a positive message to people suffering from eating disorders: yes, you can get through them.   

Dua Lipa

Instagram @dualipa

British pop star Dua Lipa recently spoke about how she had been the target of online harassment and how much suffering and anxiety it had caused her at the time. Today, she considers this painful episode has made her stronger and she pledges for kindness.

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