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Celebs Join Conversation About Suicide, Depression, & Anxiety In The Wake Of Kate Spade & Anthony Bourdain's Deaths

| Filed under: R.I.P.Ashley TisdaleSad SadLena DunhamMental HealthAnthony BourdainChrissy TeigenKate SpadeViral: NewsPatton Oswalt

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Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain's untimely deaths this week are inspiring a very important dialogue surrounding mental illness.

And some celebrities are using their platforms to participate in the conversation about their own experiences and the significance of outreach.

Related: Rose McGowan Posts Tear-Filled Response To Bourdain's Suicide

On Friday, Chrissy Teigen led the way when she vulnerably opened up about her own battle with postpartum depression (PPD). The 32-year-old penned:

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Ivanka Trump Would Rather Ignore The Haters Than Show Some Fucking Compassion For Those Missing Children

| Filed under: PolitikDonald TrumpSad SadIvanka TrumpHalseyPatton Oswalt

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Ivanka Trump is ignoring the trolls like she's ignoring those 1,500 missing children!

The First Daughter on Tuesday educated her followers on how to deal with criticism after getting heat for tweeting a photo of her cuddling with her 2-year-old son amid reports that the Donald Trump administration lost track of 1,500 migrant children who entered the country at Mexico's border.

No, she's not owning up to the mistakes of the administration on which she is a senior adviser. No, she's not reassuring families they will be reunited.

Photo: Twitter Laughs At News Of Sinkhole On The White House Lawn!

When the haters go low, Ivanka slithers down the Trump sinkhole and says she had nothing to do with it!

And because she won't just out right say she's both complicit AND clueless, she veiled her message with a quote from Roman emperor and philosopher Marcus Aurelius, tweeting:

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Patton Oswalt Talks About His Late Wife's Book On The Golden State Killer & How She Would Have Felt About The Suspect's Arrest

| Filed under: TV NewsLegal MattersBookzLate Night TVSeth MeyersPatton Oswalt

Patton Oswalt's late wife Michelle McNamara poured her heart and soul into researching a three-fourths finished book, I'll Be Gone in the Dark, all about the infamous Golden State Killer.

While McNamara unexpectedly died in her sleep in April 2016, investigative journalist Billy Jensen and lead researcher Paul Haynes completed the pages based on her notes and published in February 2018. On Wednesday, they finally caught the guy, reported killer Joseph James DeAngelo.

Watch the emotional clip from Late Night with Seth Meyers (above)!

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Patton Oswalt Believed Late Wife Had 'Postpartum Depression' — According To New Memoir

| Filed under: R.I.P.Love LineSad SadHealthMental HealthPatton Oswalt

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The words of Michelle McNamara live on…

In April 2016, Patton Oswalt's wife passed away at the age of 46 from a combination of prescription medications — including Adderall, Xanax, and the pain medication fentanyl — and an undiagnosed heart condition.

Related: Oswalt Gives A Shoutout To His Daughter & Late Wife

According to her posthumous memoir I'll Be Gone In The Dark released on Tuesday, the crime writer details the intense emotions she faced after having daughter Alice just two years after her mother passed away from complications of diabetes.

McNamara remembers "crying hysterically" after her daughter's birth, and "was inconsolable for the first two weeks."

While Patton told friends she suffered from "postpartum depression," she disagreed, writing:

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