Child star Demi Lovato: the issues associated with her bipolar disorder are a ‘daily battle’ and are likely to be so for the rest of her life.
In April 1996, Canadian actress Margot Kidder stirred up a media frenzy after a manic episode led her to the brink of destruction.
Catherine Zeta Jones has talked frankly about her bipolar disorder diagnosis.
Carrie Fisher, or Princess Leia, as some of us know her, has battled with bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression) all her life.
The Hollywood star has openly admitted to suffering from the disorder, also known as bipolar, as well as an alcohol addiction that saw him enter rehab
The ‘Twilight’ actor reveals in an interview that despite not having an official diagnosis, he is convinced he suffers from manic depression, otherwise known as bipolar disorder.
Despite the fact that her professional life was soaring, Uma was fighting depression and self-loathing in her personal life, far away from the lime light.
While many have put his sometimes aggressive and self-abusive behavior down to manic depression, the singer maintains he is emotional like everyone else, and does not suffer from bipolar disorder.
Rapper DMX, though fiercely private about his disorder when asked about it interviews, has written songs about his battle.
Psychologists have repeatedly discussed the personality disorder Elvis Presley must have been suffering from. Many allege that had he lived in “our” time, he would have received proper psychological help, and probably would not have fallen victim to his destructive behavior.