11 Celebrities With Mental Disorders

Manic-depressive psychosis, clinical depression, schizophrenia, split personality …

We often admire the stars, inspired by them, want to be like them. We dress like they are and diets, named after them. But sometimes even the stars have moments with which I would not like to have nothing in common. For example, any disease. And especially if it is mental. And meanwhile, the star lives with it, does not give up and even manages to make an enviable career! Their example is another science. For example…

11. Winona Ryder – Gambling

Twice the nominee for the film award “Oscar”, the owner of a considerable state – and at the same time she repeatedly fell into the dock … for stealing. It would seem, why? Oh, it is easy to buy anything you want. However, for people suffering from kleptomania, the question is not to get something free then a person needs to steal it. And this is no competition for girlfriends or self-test: I can – I can’t? This is a special disease of the brain, the most real mental disorder. At one of the ships with Winona, videotaping from a surveillance camera in a store was presented, in which it was clear that the actress had cut off price tags from clothes right on the trading floor, with buyers. A mentally normal person would never do that.

10. Ketrin Zeta-jones – Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder was formerly called manic depression. It is a form of major affective disorder, or mood disorder, defined by manic or hypomanic episodes (changes from one’s normal mood accompanied by high energy states).

One of the most beautiful and glamorous women in Hollywood, not to mention her talent. Even Michael Douglas once failed to resist her. Meanwhile, the actress has suffered from bipolar disorder – or, more simply, manic-depressive psychosis – for many years, and even has been hospitalized several times. However, she does not make a secret of her problem and speaks openly about her, as well as about her struggle with the disease, because she believes that it will help many people with the same diagnosis.

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