Kendall Jenner, Selena Gomez, and more show their support for World Mental Health Day and encourage the end of mental illness stigmas.
Kendall Jenner is a vocal advocate for mental health awareness and popularized the #howareyoureallychallenge , encouraging fans to be candid on their mental state.
Lena Dunham uses her Instagram to describe her battle with mental health throughout her twenties and honors 'every woman who fights for the sliver of space she deserves.'
Today is #WorldMentalHealthDay. With everything going on in the world, taking care of our minds is just as importan… https://t.co/OY3gd8iAW8— kerry washington (@kerry washington) 1602371236
Washington takes to her Twitter to have an open conversation with her fans on ways she takes care of her mind.
Demi Lovato and Marshmello
Yesterday was #WorldMentalHealthDay, where we need to remind ourselves to be kind for us, and to each other. One… https://t.co/ZR5yYp37Kz— Hits Radio (@Hits Radio) 1602431160
Demi Lovato and Marshmello collaborate on a new song, 'OK Not To Be OK,' raising awareness for suicide prevention and mental health.
mental health day is everyday for some of us— blackbear (@blackbear) 1602423852
Blackbear speaks candidly on how mental health awareness is the norm for many.
Happy World Mental Health Day, friends! 🎉 Come hang with us all day long for our first ever Mental Health Social Su… https://t.co/UsjZhKHhOg— Rare Beauty (@Rare Beauty) 1602346759
Selena Gomez's makeup line, Rare Beauty, held a Mental Health Social Summit, with various speakers and tips on practicing self care.
Join our #PleaseStayPledge today at https://t.co/nYl2RTU6Ik ⚓️💕 https://t.co/g0b8ZBxqCR— Born This Way Foundation (@Born This Way Foundation) 1602258479
Lady Gaga's foundation, Born This Way, joins the #PleaseStayPledge to remind fans that they are not alone.
If you were to take anything away from World Mental Health Day, it is that you're not alone. Even the most successful of celebrities battle with mental illnesses and mental health related issues.
Mental Health Awareness is valuable and we hope you remember to take care of yourself. If you ever find yourself in a crisis, here are resources for 24/7 support:
Mental Health America: Text MHA to 741741 or Call 800-273-8255
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration: 1-877-726-4727
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