Mental health is whereby an individual can be able to cope with normal life issues and stress and can be at the same time be at a better place to be productive in their work. Being a media personality comes with a lot of problems as well as an opportunity for one to build their brands and better themselves.
Celebrities have the most difficult time to cope with problems they come across as the society has somehow set these standards one should be able to meet. Here are a few Kenyan celebrities who have openly talked about their financial and emotional struggles.
During a past interview with Radio Maisha, Otile Brown opened up that he was trying his best to cope with depression and stated it was difficult for a celebrity to open up about what they go through for the fear of been trolled and shamed by the public.
Believe it or not, Julie Gichuru has also struggled with depression at a young age when her parents divorced. Her mother emigrated and her dad moved on quickly by marrying another woman. It was through prayers that she was able to overcome her situation.
The OG himself Khaligraph Jones has struggled to be where he is in his career. Khaligraph dropped out of school in form 4. His family was struggling financially to even raise his school fees.
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