Barack Obama, Bryan Cranston, Gordon Ramsay, and Chrissy Teigen were among those paying their respects to the late Anthony Bourdain.
Designer Kate Spade's husband, Andy, admits that his wife's suicide came as a complete shock in his first statement since her death.
Kate Spade was born Katherine Brosnahan in Kansas City, Mo., in 1962, and created her eponymous label in 1993 with her then boyfriend — who later became her husband — Andy Spade.
Many people tweeted their devastation about Kate Spade's passing and discredited a common misconception about the reasons for suicide.
The 17-year-old daughter of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith shared that during a tough period of her life she cut herself.
Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson is sharing about how a bad breakup and being cut by a football team was the "absolute worst time" of his life and triggered depression.
Raudha Athif, 21, a model and medical student, was found dead in her college dorm from an apparent suicide. Medical student and model Raudha Athif was found dead in her dorm room yesterday in an apparent suicide. Athif, 21, had appeared in Vogue India last year and was studying in Bangladesh at the Islami Bank Medical College at the time of her death.
By now, you’ve likely heard of the numerous health benefits of breastfeeding, but for one mom, it’s the thing she credits with saving her life. “Breastfeeding literally saved my life,” says a quote posted on the Facebook group Breastfeeding Mama Talk. “When my son was 2 months old I got severely ill with postpartum depression.
A family in Tampa expected to be celebrating the completion of 15-year-old Tovanna Holton’s freshman year, but instead they’re preparing her funeral.
Ronda Rousey went on the Ellen DeGeneres Show to talk about her Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition cover, and spoke for the first time about her infamous loss to Holly Holm — the first loss of her career. Rousey joins a group of celebrities who’ve spoken out about feeling depressed or having suicidal thoughts. While sad thoughts are normal from time to time, thoughts of suicide are a serious matter.
Robin Williams tickled our collective funny bone for more than four decades with his manic, subversive humour. Then surfaced news that he’d been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. Last week his widow, Susan Schneider Williams, opened up about the real reason her husband committed suicide.