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Celebrity Recovery Story: Jada Pinkett Smith Over 20 Years Sober

 Jada Pinkett Smith is, by all means, a celebrity powerhouse, with a long list of incredible accomplishments she has managed to pull off over a long career. One particular victory for the amazing icon is especially impressive, even though it is probably not the most publicized: Jada Pinkett Smith is over 20 years sober! Getting . . . . Continue Reading


The Death of Dolores O’Riordan and Suicide VS Overdose

On January 15, 2018, the world lost another iconic voice in music, Dolores O’Riordan, lead singer of Irish rock band The Cranberries. At this point, a London coroner’s office is stating the cause of death will not be revealed until at least April. However, there have been many early reports saying that fentanyl poisoning is . . . . Continue Reading


Mary J. Blige: Celebrity Recovery Stories

Mary J. Blige is a singer, songwriter, model, producer, and actress from The Bronx, New York. Not only is she a nine-time Grammy winner, she is also showing herself as a contender for Best Supporting Actress following her performance in the upcoming Netflix series Mudbound. She has released 13 studio albums since the early 90s with . . . . Continue Reading


Chrissy Teigen: “I Was, Point Blank, Just Drinking Too Much.”

Chrissy Teigen has had enough of her shenanigans, so she’s cutting back on the booze. The model and TV host reflected on her decision to cease drinking in a recent interview with Cosmopolitan. “I was, point blank, just drinking too much,” Teigen said “I got used to being in hair and makeup and having a . . . . Continue Reading


Mary J. Blige Opens Up About Her Battles with Depression and Addiction

  Mary J. Blige, the artist dubbed “Queen of Hip Hop Soul” recently opened up about battling depression and addiction.  Blige has always been pretty open about her struggles. Whether it was her addiction, mental illness or childhood abuse, the singer has not been shy about the obstacles she’s overcome to get to where she is. In . . . . Continue Reading


Hayley Williams of Paramore Opens Up About Depression and Anxiety

Whether you’re a Paramore fan or not, you have to give lead singer Hayley Williams props for her candid honesty over the past year. Recently, Paramore released their album After Laughter to critical acclaim and solid album sales. The album is a shift in style from the groups’ pop-punk sound fans were all too familiar with. . . . . Continue Reading


Lucy Hale Opens Up About Overcoming Insecurity and Becoming Sober

  The first time I heard about “Pretty Little Liars,” I was sitting in my local movie theater with my sister.  A trailer for the show came on, and we learned the tale of four girls determined to discover who murdered their best friend, Alison. “We have to watch that!” I whispered to my sister. . . . . Continue Reading


The Royal Trio: William, Kate and Harry Weigh In On Mental Health

Mental health stigmas are not something that affects only the general population; it affects royalty too. In fact, the royal trio—Prince William, Princess Kate and Prince Harry marked World Mental Health Day by celebrating with charities under the Heads Together coalition. Kate, along with William and Harry joined others for an exclusive party at Country Hall, . . . . Continue Reading


Anne Hathaway Battles Alcoholism and a Giant Monster In ‘Colossal’ Movie

Attention Hathahaters: Anne Hathaway is not going anywhere. In fact, Hathaway stars in ‘Colossal,’ a movie about a big, Godzilla-style beast that is destroying Seoul, South Korea. However, there is a much fiercer monster Hathaway’s character is battling at home: her alcoholism. At first, many will hear about Colossal and think it is another blockbuster . . . . Continue Reading


Former ‘Octomom’ Natalie Suleman Talks Overcoming Xanax Addiction

Do you remember a woman by the name of Nadya Suleman? Chances are, you do. She gained worldwide attention when she became “Octomom,” the first person of the new century to give birth to octuplets. She was on television, morning radio shows, and on gossip magazines. Audiences were captivated by her story. Then, it was . . . . Continue Reading