We're so glad to hear that Carrie Fisher is doing well!!
Last week, the actress went nuts during a performance aboard the Holland America Eurodam in the Caribbean, and unfortunately went to the hospital because of her bipolar disorder.
But now, her mother Debbie Reynolds revealed that she's recovering with grace.
Miz Reynolds said:
"She's had manic depression bipolar since she was 13. It's an illness, and she's doing much better. I'm very proud of her, and she's doing exceptionally well. She'll be just fine, just great, and continue her writing as she always does."
And while she was at the Rancho Mirage Lecture Series, she spoke up about the illness, saying:
"[It's] really dreadful, and you are so alone because you're criticized, and people think you're doing it on purpose, and that you're misbehaving or having a spell because you want attention. It's not true. It's extremely difficult for everyone to deal with."
We can only imagine what Carrie was going through, and we really hope that she gets well ASAP!
[Image via Nikki Nelson/WENN.]
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