Rob Kardashian May Not Have An App — But He Remembered To Wish Lil Sis Kendall Jenner A Very Happy Birthday Nonetheless!
Emmy Rossum is joining the conversation about prostate cancer, testicular cancer, poor mental health, and physical inactivity by partnering with The Movember Foundation to raise awareness, and explaining the role women play in men's health issues.
She might not be growing a mustache, but she's totally down with the cause!
"Obviously I always knew about the mustache thing that happens in November, but I didn't really know what it was about. When I learned more about it, I was kind of touched by the role that women play in men's lives in terms of encouraging them to lead a healthy life, to see doctors, to feel comfortable to talk about depression and mental health issues."
The foundation is dedicated to focus on health issues specific to men, which the Shameless star believes is a concern for both men and women:
We can't imagine how difficult this must be for her.
The emotional interview is very telling and reveals some insight into what the comedian was going through in his struggles with depression and Parkinson's disease.
Susan not only reveals the last loving words exchanged between her and the love of her life, but also talked quite a bit about seeing her husband "disintegrating" before her eyes.
Apparently Robin suffered from Lewy body dementia, a disorder that would have caused a progressive decline in mental abilities. Susan explained:
Being Instagram famous is the dream right??
ICYMI: Last week, internet sensation Essena O'Neill decided that she was so OVER the social media game and chose to delete her Tumblr and Snapchat – and she ALSO edited her IG and YouTube accounts to educate her MANY fans about the manufactured side of the digital industry.
Specifically, the blonde beauty highlighted how staged her images were on the picture sharing site by changing the captions to reflect the real story behind the "candid" moments (below).
Amber Rose is one tough lady.
But it hasn't always been easy for the 32-year-old. In excerpts from her new book, How To Be A Bad Bitch – which have been shared by DailyMail — the bodacious beauty offers up advice on how to stand up for yourself.
However, she also revealed her past mental health issues, explaining that she's suffered from depression:
"Depression definitely runs in my family so maybe it was hereditary. Or maybe it's just how I'm wired."
But, sadly, that's not all the model has a history of struggling with. She also remembers having her first panic attack at the young age of twelve, writing:
"I also had my first panic attack at age 12. Not that I knew what it was at the time. All of a sudden my peripheral vision started to vanish. Everything I looked at seemed a little off. My mom took me to the doctor. They couldn't find anything wrong with me but I started having this feeling frequently, like everything was suddenly animated and I was in a different world. I learned to start talking myself down. Amber, this is real life. You're not in a movie right now. Everything is fine, just calm down. This is no big deal. With a little practice I got to where I could manage my anxiety. I eventually went to a doctor who diagnosed me with panic attacks and gave me medication for moments when I was having severe anxiety."
Woah. That's terrifying for anyone to experience, let alone a young girl.
But, the momma-of-one has some words of wisdom for anyone who's had similar attacks, saying:
"If you're feeling anything like this I definitely recommend that you go to a doctor. Like me, if you've been living with a problem like this for years, you might be amazed how much better you can feel."
The lovely lady also shared some secrets about how to have a healthy love life, even though she hasn't had the best of luck herself.
The women's rights activist used to date Kanye West before he allegedly cheated on her with Kim Kardashian West. The Slut Walk pioneer opens up about her experiences with infidelity in the book, spilling:
On Monday, it was reported that Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka has officially pleaded not guilty to the murder charges in a 32-year-old cold case. Unfortunately, we may never know what exactly happened as the 72-year-old is now claiming he suffers from early onset dementia.
As we previously reported, the WWE star is accused of allegedly murdering his then girlfriend Nancy Argentino on May 10, 1983. It's said that the victim, on the night in question, got into an altercation with the athlete in her hotel room prior to a wrestling match.
What's odd is that Snuka originally changed his story a few times to the police.
The wrestling celeb first said that Miz Argentino hurt herself when she hit her head after he shoved her but later claimed that his former flame injured herself when she slipped and hit her head on the side of a highway — despite the fact there was no evidence of gravel in her autopsy report.
Hmm, very inneresting!
Still, Snuka recently appeared in court in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania and denied the 3rd degree murder and involuntary manslaughter charges.
To make matters worse, the legend made some startling confessions about not knowing what day it was, never attending school, and the fact he doesn't know how to read or write.
Yikes! It looks like we may truly never get closure on this unfortunate case.
Regardless, if Snuka is convicted he could easily face 40 years behind bars. Oof!
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Gwen Stefani is focusing on herself.
Now that her divorce from Gavin Rossdale has been finalized, the 46-year-old is feeling good! On Thursday, the blonde beauty explained that, while their union is over, she's not mourning her breakup by putting in crazy hours at the gym.
Instead, she's getting her spirit — not her body — whipped into shape, saying:
"I haven't really been working on my physical appearance. I've been working on my spiritual exercising."
The No Doubt singer says she's really working on making sure her mindset is in the right place, adding: