20 Celebrities Who Are Open About Going To Therapy
Brittany Snow saw a therapist when she was nineteen and finally admitted to the hospital for depression and cutting after three years of anorexia-related self-harm, but it was a magazine article where a model talked about her struggles with eating disorders and cutting that she cites as what saved her life in a People essay. Hearing someone openly speak about the road she had been spiraling down since she was twelve gave her the courage to tell her father, who got her a therapist. She wasn’t ready then, but by the time she began her in-patient program, she was ready to start loving herself. Brittany still sees a therapist, even years down her road to recovery.