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Blake Lively Talks About Depression From Googling Herself; Other Celebrities Who Suffer From Mental Illnesses

Update Date: May 04, 2017 04:24 AM EDT
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Ryan Reynold's beautiful wife, Blake Lively, has recently shared about her depression, which was caused by Google. Apparently, the "Gossip Girl" actress advices people not to Google themselves.

According to a recent report from People, Blake Lively advices others not to Google themselves. "The Town" actress revealed that she did not like what the Internet said about her, which is why she felt depressed, knowing what it has written about her.

Blake Lively Felt Depressed Because Of Google

“I have [Googled myself] before and it has just ended in full depression,” the "Sisterhood of Traveling Pants" said. “So I think it is a good rule of thumb not to Google yourself because the Internet is not nice.”

Meanwhile, Lively also found a lot of disturbing issues on the internet. The "Green Lantern" actress is now working with Child Rescue Coalition to fight the illegal distribution of child pornography.

“There are millions of files all over the world being traded every single day of child pornography,” Lively, who is a mother of two, said. “It is so disturbing. A lot of these people are fathers.”

Celebrities Who Suffer From Mental Illnesses

On the other hand, Health Care unveiled that there are lots of celebrities who have admitted to their mental health issues, including Lady Gaga, who has post traumatic stress disorder and Adele who suffered from postpartum depression. “My own trauma in my life has helped me to understand the trauma of others,” the "Alejandro" singer said.

Perhaps, communication about depression would help other sufferers to get through their struggles. Stay tuned for more updates.

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