5 celebrities that you probably never knew were suffering from bipolar disorder



Persons have always been suffering from bipolar disorder worldwide. The symptoms of this disorder can really have an impact on how a person lives his or her day to day life. As stated before in one my post, one of my friends have been through a lot by suffering from this very disorder. Not even celebrities are left out of this equation. The reason why I even created this post is to show all the persons out there who are diagnosed with bipolar, to see that they are not alone with this illness.


Some persons with bipolar can at times feel isolated and left out by society and this can have very bad consequences. In a post written by naveed saleh, on verywell.com. You can see that celebrities are suffering from this disorder as well and they manage to pull through it day by day. Here is an excerpt from the post which I found.


5 Celebs Diagnosed With Bipolar Disorder


Bipolar disorder, once referred to as manic-depressive disease, is a serious medical condition marked by episodic and jarring shifts in mood.  These moods can be manic, hypomanic, depressive and mixed.  Because mood states in bipolar disorder run the gamut, this mental illness is difficult to diagnose especially initially when it’s commonly confused with depression.

Mania is a mood state characterized by elation with hyperactivity, flight of ideas, distractibility, irritability, grandiosity, interpersonal difficulties, and little need for sleep.  Hypomania is a milder form of mania. Continue reading………

As you can see by reading the post that there are “famous” persons out there living with this disorder.  A surprise celebrity that I never knew was suffering from this disorder was Jane Pauley; she is such a very nice person. I never knew she had it. She usually acts pretty normal to me. But the world is full of surprises, if you are reading this right now and you are suffering this disorder and you haven’t get or seek any help as yet and you just keep it to yourself. Please, go out there and seek help from health professionals. They will help to guide you on the right path and give you better treatment so you can live a better and more fulfilling life.


Thank you for reading and feel free to comment and share your thoughts to the community below. 🙂


Written by: Peter


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