Celebrities Support World Mental Health Day – See Stars’ Tweets
Celebrities are offering their support on World Mental Health Day. See stars’ tweets below in which they share their thoughts and advice.
Zelda Williams expressed, “It’s #WorldMentalHealthDay. To those suffering, & to the loved ones of those suffering, please know you’re not alone. You’re NOT a burden.” The daughter of Robin Williams added, “And finally, sending you all a bear hug, whether you think you need one or not. Save it. You may need it one day.”
Ellie Goulding wrote, “Be kind to yourself; be kind to others. Have courage and talk about it. There’s a lot of love out there for you #WorldMentalHealthDay.” Will Wheaton similarly stated, “You deserve to be happy. You deserve to have a full life. You are worth it. Don’t be ashamed to ask for help.” And Marlee Matlin offered, “It’s #WorldMentalHealthDay. Access to communication is KEY. If you are deaf, you have a RIGHT to an interpreter in mental health settings.”
Maureen McCormick, former “Brady Brunch” star and current contestant on “Dancing With The Stars,” tweeted, “Today is an important reminder that you are not alone.” Victoria Justice simply felt, “Let’s end the stigma! #WorldMentalHealthDay.” And Vice Presidential candidate Tim Kaine shared, “Every American deserves quality mental health care – without shame or stigma.”
“Catfish” host” Nev Schulman wrote, “Never be embarrassed or afraid to ask anyone for help. You don’t have to struggle alone. You are loved.” Rachel Bloom, star of TV show “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” revealed, “Getting a psychiatrist was the best thing I ever did for myself. Don’t let ANYONE shame you into not getting help.” Gossip Cop will continue to update as more celebrities share their thoughts and offer support on World Mental Health Day.