It's no secret celebs grapple with mental health issues just like anyone else. In honor of World Mental Health Day on Saturday, Oct. 10, we're rounding up some of the personal stories and encouraging words stars are sharing on social media in an effort to raise awareness about the fact that, as Mindy Kaling so eloquently put it on Instagram, "It's OK to not be OK." She added: "It's a tough world out there and we need to be there for each other. If you're struggling, please reach out to a friend, family member, or anyone! Your mental health matters. You matter. #WorldMentalHealthDay."
Keep reading to see what other celebrities are saying about World Mental Health Day 2020...
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"Today, on #WorldMentalHealthDay, remind yourself to be kind and sensitive. We are all going through something, so let's support each other instead of judge each other. … Let's challenge each other today to go out of our way to uplift others. Especially on social media where it's so easy to hide behind a screen and tear someone down. … Sending every person reading this so much love. You are valuable, you are loved and you matter." –Hailey Bieber
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"Even an astronaut has an entire team devoted to helping and guiding their journey up in space. Reach out to friends and family, encourage and listen to one another, take time to breathe, and don't be afraid to ask for help." –Sterling K. Brown
"It's impossible to tell, from the outside, what people are really going through. Today is #worldmentalhealthday, and I want to remind all of you that you are never alone, no matter how life feels sometimes. Self-love isn't selfish, it's self-care. Don't be afraid to put yourself first and prioritize healing and happiness. Let's continue to put kindness back into the world towards ourselves and others- we all need it. Love always and forever…" –Lily Collins
"Be kind to your mind! #WorldMentalHealthDay @headspace" –Katherine Schwarzenegger
"After battling severe panic attacks in my early 20's, I experienced a big transformation, one that changed my life forever. Meditation, breathwork and replacing unhealthy habits with healthier ones were some of the incredible tools that went along with this rebirth. I know now from experience that the biggest challenges we face are often our biggest opportunities for growth. Yes, we can feel alone and overwhelmed when we're in the thick of things, but nothing is permanent, and if we do the work we can come out on the other side stronger than ever. That is something I wish for everyone. … Today, on World Mental Health Day, I want to share some of the tools that helped me overcome my panic attacks, and gave new meaning to my life, in the hopes they might help anyone going through similar challenges. …The smallest changes we do today can have a direct impact on our days, weeks, months and can make the biggest difference in our lives. Just remember always: be kind to yourself." —Gisele Bundchen
This #WorldMentalHealthDay, I wanted to share some notes from one of my favorite accounts to follow: @notesfromyourtherapist. Allyson shares messages of understanding and truth like these, which always make me feel like I'm not alone. Remember that today and every day, YOU are so loved 💗🌎 #FeelGood" –Chrissy Metz
"I want you to know — it's okay to not be okay. And your mental health is just as important as your physical health. … We need to start making conversation around mental health normal. As President, I will work hard to eliminate the stigma and invest in mental health services for everyone. … If you or a loved one are in crisis or need support, know that help is available. Swipe through for some resources." –Joe Biden
"I wrote about my anxiety for @TIME. Maybe you can relate. Tell me I'm not alone. WorldMentalHealthDay" —Alyssa Milano