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Inside ‘derealization,’ the psychological disorder affecting Landon Barker
spent time in a Los Angeles hospital earlier this week, fans of the young musician worried that it might have been due to a psychological malady that makes you feel like you are living in a dream.Landon Barker, 18, told his 1.9 million Instagram followers earlier this month that he suffers from “derealization” — a little-known psychological disorder that affects 2% of the population, with many saying it makes them feel like robots, according to studies in the US and the United Kingdom.Derealization affects 6.4 million people in the US, according to the studies.People who suffer from the ailment have described feeling as though they are observing their life through a piece of glass or as if they are appearing in a movie or a dream.Also known as “depersonalization,” the ailment mainly affects teens and young adults, making them feel emotionally disconnected from loved ones and distorting their perceptions of time, shape and distance, according to reports. Symptoms can become so severe that they interfere with a person’s ability to maintain relationships and, in some cases, can require hospital stays and medication.“Depersonalization-derealization disorder occurs when you persistently or repeatedly have the feeling that you’re observing yourself from outside your body or you have a sense that things around you aren’t real, or both,” according to a post on the Mayo Clinic’s website.
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Kanye has gone too far – neither his ‘genius’ or mental health are excuses
Kanye West is no stranger to controversy might be an understatement, but he may still have caused some shock with his latest Instagram post. The image, since deleted, depicted a photoshopped newspaper bearing the headline ‘Skete Davidson Dead At Age 28.’West’s post is the latest in a long line of threatening statements towards Pete Davidson — who the rapper has taken to calling ‘Skete’ for reasons that make sense only to him — since the Saturday Night Live alumnus began dating West’s ex-wife Kim Kardashian. The couple recently ended their relationship, likely prompting West’s Instagram post, which to him probably felt like a gloating justification of his previous actions.West’s insistence on inserting himself into the private matters of a relationship he has no involvement in (no matter how much he may think he does) is typical of the artist, who treats every interaction as though he is the main character. It’s difficult to watch, not least because the rapper has so much to offer outside of the constant drama and scandals in which he entangles himself. While the general public — myself included —  have previously given West a pass when it comes to his embarrassing behaviour due to his difficult personal circumstances and mental health struggles, this incident may be a bridge too far even for him.Other incidents in West’s months-long campaign against the former couple include the rapper releasing a music video that depicts the kidnapping and assault of Pete Davidson, and sharing private text messages from Kim Kardashian’s phone on social media.While West has previously claimed that he would take accountability for some of his actions against the former couple, including sharing texts, his latest post clearly demonstrates
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Selena Gomez teams up with Jill Biden for a good cause
Jill Biden is joining forces with Selena Gomez for a special cause! The First Lady and the singer will be participating in the Youth Mental Health Action Forum, which is taking place at the White House.The two-day inaugural forum will start on Wednesday, led by MTV Entertainment and the Department of Health and Human Services, bringing more than 30 activists and creators to spread awareness of the importance of prioritizing mental health among young people.The forum will also include policy adviser Susan Rice, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, as the main goal is to “bring culture from awareness to action in mental health through storytelling and media.”Selena, who recently hosted Saturday Night Live and showed her personal side in the most hilarious way, is known for being open about her struggles, including mental health issues, constantly sharing her journey with her fans and followers, and revealing the things that have worked for her throughout her successful career in the entertainment industry.Selena Gomez launches special cookware collectionWATCH: Joe Biden’s adorable dog is giving a tour of the White HouseBarack Obama posts new family photo while honoring wife Michelle for Mother’s Day“I myself have shared my story about my mental health journey and I just read too much, I think, about how deep this country is being affected mentally,” the singer previously said in 2020 in a video, joined by Kamala Harris.
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Why Selena Gomez has stayed off the internet for more than four years
Selena Gomez is staying true to herself! The Hollywood star, who recently debuted a new haircut, revealed she is taking an extra step in focusing on her mental health, explaining that she has been staying off social media for a long time.“I haven’t been on the Internet in 4-and-a-half years,” the singer explained, “It has changed my life completely. I am happier, I am more present, I connect more with people.”The 29-year-old star, who was once known as the “queen of instagram” and the most-followed celebrity back in 2016, says she understands “how powerful the Internet is, and in so many ways it’s done the best things for the world,” however she thinks that it’s “actually important I get through people in my life.“She previously explained that at one point social media became her “whole world” and put her in a “really dangerous” situation, and while staying off the internet seemed like an impossible thing to do, “the unnecessary hate and comparisons went away once I put my phone down.”Selena recently launched a social media platform with a focus on mental health, providing educational resources and connecting to people, using ‘Wondermind’ to create “a community and a space for people to feel like they’re OK—that they’re not alone.“The star has been open about her bipolar diagnosis, stating that when she “got to know more information,” her perspective changed, “it actually helps me.