8 times influencers opened up about their mental health issues and made it easier to talk about it

Not many of us say this very often, but the job of a full-time influencer and content creator isn’t as simple as we think. There is constant internal and external pressure involved, what’s more, the feedback is immediate. Of course, this feedback can be brutal on some days, which only adds to the pressure. But they’re also expected to build an unreal space where talking about real things, like mental health, is a big deal.

Influencers who talked about Mental Health
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There are, however, some content creators and influencers who not only address their issues but also try to create a certain sensibility around them. This is helpful for many people and there is a need for recognition.

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So, here are some influencers who have made it easier to talk about mental health.

1. Kusha Kapila

Kusha Kapila has often talked about mental health and even tries to convey its importance through her content. In an interview, she had also shared her diagnosis of depression and ADD and the impact they had on her. The content creator had also mentioned how trolls can create a negative self-image for anyone. You emphasized the need to address mental health and show more empathy towards people.

I was diagnosed with high functioning depression and ADD. All my life, I’ve felt bad for being messy and zoning, even by my peers. But it’s so weird that many women diagnosed my ADD long before I found out, based on my online behavior.

2. Prajakta Koli

The actress and influencer also spoke about the impact of social media on mental health. She shared that posting and creating content on a regular basis can be boring, but there is a discipline that she tries to introduce. Prajakta added that it’s not always easy, but she makes sure her mental health isn’t affected by her job.

I also subjected myself to that discipline where I make sure it doesn’t get to me because as a content creator, my mental health, I mean, as a person, my mental health is of the utmost importance.

3. Vishnu Kaushal

The creator is known for his fashion line and recognizable content on social media. In an Instagram post, Vishnu Kaushal opened up about coping with anxiety and how therapy has helped him deal with it. He had also said that success and fame don’t always eliminate heavy feelings, because it’s not about how conventionally good life is.

4. Dolly Singh

Dolly Singh has often spoken out about dealing with body image issues due to negative comments on social media and more. She the influencer also said she has been dealing with depression and has been considering therapy during the pandemic. This helped her to understand herself better and also to deal with these issues.

When people think poorly of you and let you down, you keep questioning yourself and talking bad about yourself. I have such bad imposter syndrome and I’m working on it. Now I’m in a better space.

5.Vagmita Singh

The content creator has appeared in the reality show, Social currency. On one episode of the show, she spoke about being diagnosed with anxiety and depression. She shared her own experience and mentioned the need to approach mental health with sensitivity. She also said she intends to work against the disinformation associated with such topics.

6. Komal Pandey

Komal Pandey had also talked about body shaming on social media and being exposed to many negative comments. The blogger also said that her personal life was one of the many reasons that impacted her mental health and how she was diagnosed with clinical anxiety.

After my second failed relationship, I started therapy. I was diagnosed with clinical anxiety and have been on medication. After a year and a lot of internal work, I was a changed person. I was a pushover but by the end I felt confident that I was just myself.

7. Bhuvan Bam

Bhuvan Bam had also spoken out about trolling and negative comments affecting one’s mental health. He had underlined how female influencers and actresses face a lot of criticism, and this is toxic. Her stand focused on the need to develop sensitivity and it was refreshing.

Have you ever read the comments under a female celebrity post? So many judgmental people passing their comments, personal observations. Maybe they forget that their comments are affecting someone’s mental health. What a pity!

8.Sejal Kumar

The fashion and lifestyle content creator started working when she was 19, so now people often comment that she’s not bubbly enough. Sejal Kumar has spoken about this pressure and how she deals with anxiety. She also talked about the need for therapy instead of repressing our emotions.

I’ve struggled with anxiety since 2016. Over the past five years, I’ve tried things like reading, being positive, and meditating. Finally, five months ago, I started therapy.

Not only do these creators manage to bring awareness through their content, but they also stay real.

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