Celebrities suffering from MH Issues

WeRfundamentals are celebrating Mental Health Awareness Month! We’ve created a contemporary and excitingly diverse platform for young people to share their stories,  successfully lead five outreach sessions and are looking forward to the next ones this October!

In the meantime, we would like to remind everyone that it is normal to be aware of your mental health. It is okay to feel vulnerable, imperfect or a bit of a hot mess sometimes. Everybody has mental health. If you’re reading this and can relate, you’re not alone. In fact, you’re one out of the millions of people who identify as suffering from mental health issues each year - 16 million, to be precise, in the UK alone.

Mental Health doesn’t discriminate - anyone can be affected by it.

WeRfundamentals would like to present you celebrities, which are coping with mental health issues. By this, we would want to prove that MH issues are not an obstacle to reach your achievements and fulfill your dreams.  


Wentworth Miller, has spoken candidly about coming out and considering suicide.

The Prison Break actor said: "I would say what others have said: 'it gets better. One day, you'll find your tribe. You just have to trust that people are out there waiting to love you and celebrate you for who you are.




Justin Bieber spoke to NME about how fame had a negative effect on his mental health: “I’m struggling just to get through the days. I think a lot of people are







The X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger opened up about her battle of bulimia calling it “a horrible, paralysing disease”

Nicole Scherzinger said:

It’s sad to see how I wasted my life. I had such a great life on the outside, the [Pussycat] Dolls were on top of the world, but I was miserable on the inside. I’m never letting that happen again; you only get one life – I was 27 only once.”




Halle Berry talked about her lowest point:

“I was sitting in my car, and I knew the gas was coming when I had an image of my mother finding me. She sacrificed so much for her children, and to end my life would be an incredibly selfish thing to do. My sense of worth was so low. I had to reprogram myself to see the good in me. Because someone didn’t love me didn’t mean I was unlovable. That’s what the break-up of my marriage reduced me to. It took away my self-esteem. It beat me down to the lowest of lows.”




Hopefully you will find this blog helpful and inspiring. Keep thriving, you’re not alone! Remember when in hardships to reach out we are here to help you!