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The Behind The Candelabra actor recently opened up about his wife's struggles with bipolar disorder, and now she's speaking out about his battle with throat cancer.
Yesterday, we learned that Catherine Zeta-Jones checked into a 30 day program for treatment for her Bipolar disorder, and while this might be really hard on her, she's reluctant to not be facing her struggle alone!!
The Side Effects actress has been married to her hubby, Michael Douglas for the last 12 years, and fortunately for her, he's holding her hand every step of the way.
Aww!! We hope everything is OK!!
Catherine Zeta-Jones just checked into a treatment center to begin a 30-day program designed to help with her Bipolar disorder!
Sources close to the 43-year-old actress swear she entered treatment as a proactive measure, insisting this is just regular "maintenance"!!
Michael Douglas's lovely wife spoke very publicly about her mental health issues before, but recently revealed she was "sick of talking about [them]" and never intended to be the poster child for Bipolar disorder!!
The High Fidelity star also checked into a treatment center back in 2011 for similar reasons!
We applaud CZJ for being so proactive!! Hopefully she gets the assistance she needs!
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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.
It must be seeeeeriously dusty in here!
Robert De Niro is not someone who we think is a "cryer," so when he cries on TV — in real life — we have no other choice than to cry along with him. He has spent his entire career building that tough guy persona we know and love, so it's a shock to see him showing his human side.
And that's exactly what happened on Katie when they started talking about bipolar disorder.
Catherine Zeta-Jones went public with her bipolar disorder to try and break the stigma of the illness.
It seems like that plan may have backfired and now she's "sick of talking about it."
During an interview with Good Morning America she said: