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    THE mum of a teenage boy who was told her son’s dizzy spells could be anxiety was heartbroken when the truth was discovered. Jayce Robinson also had symptoms of nausea and hearing loss - and mum Kirsty Newton, 38, from Eccles, knew something wasn’t right. 5Jayce Robinson, 15, pictured with his mum Kirsty Newton, 38, was thought to have vertigo or anxietyCredit: Jam Press 5Jayce had a 16-hour operation after doctors found the true cause of his symptomsCredit: Jam Press Kirsty, 38, from Eccles, Greater Manchester, said: “We kept taking him to the GP and they couldn’t find anything that could be causing it. “They gave him anti-sickness medication and said it could be vertigo or anxiety. “It was getting worse and he started collapsing with the dizzy spells so we were waiting on an ENT [ear nose and throat] appointment to come through.” Jayce, now 15, had spent a season as top goal scorer at one the two local football teams he played for.  “Then one season, when his symptoms were getting worse, he could hardly play as he...
    Elliot Page has spoken out about the 'intense' depression and anxiety he battled before coming out as transgender, admitting that he constantly wanted to 'flee' from his body and would have 'severe panic attacks' when he was asked to wear dresses to public events. Elliot, 35, who came out as a transgender man in December 2020 - 13 years after shooting to global stardom in the hit movie Juno - opened up to Esquire about the 'never-ending sensation of anxiety and nervousness' that he felt before his transition, while also detailing the 'incessant hatred and cruelty' that he's had to face since coming out.  Elliot was propelled into the spotlight after starring as pregnant teen Juno MacGuff in the 2007 flick, which also featured Michael Cera, Jennifer Garner, and Jason Bateman. However, the star has now admitted that acting in the movie and being forced to dress a certain way while promoting it 'almost killed' him, stating that he faced numerous moments of 'wanting to not be here' because of it. He admitted that he suffered from 'intense' depression and anxiety,...
    An Indiana school administrator has been punished for a viral video where he explained how his school district pushes critical race theory on students.  Tony Kinnett, the Indianapolis School District science coordinator, instructional coach and administrator blew up social media on November 4 with the video.  'When we tell you that schools aren't teaching critical race theory... that's misdirection,' he said in the video, which has been retweeted and quote-tweeted over 7,000 times. 'We don't have the quotes and theories in state standards per se,' he continued. 'We do have CRT in how we teach. We tell our teachers to treat our students differently based on color. He went on to say: 'We tell our students that every problem is a result of white men. And that everything western civilization built is racist. That capitalism is a tool of white supremacy. This is in math, history, science, the arts and it's not slowing down.'  Kinnett posted that his access to various work accounts had been taken away earlier Thursday. 'As of one hour ago, Indianapolis Public Schools has suspended my...
    He wrote, starred in, produced and co-created the hugely popular comedy series.  And in the December/January issue of British GQ, Dan Levy has revealed that he had to wear a neck brace while filming Schitt's Creek due to severe anxiety, and needed an acupuncturist and a chiropractor on set every day.   The Canadian actor, 38, also opened up about the project he is currently working on: a romcom that tells a gay love story, admitting that he feels: 'excited and honoured' to have the opportunity. Ouch! Dan Levy has revealed to GQ that he had to wear a neck brace while filming Schitt's Creek due to severe anxiety, and needed an acupuncturist and a chiropractor on set every day By the sixth - and final - series of Schitt's Creek, Dan's stress levels were so extreme that he had to wear a neck brace.  He told the publication: 'Because the anxiety in my neck was so bad I couldn't move it. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Noel Gallagher's model daughter Anaïs shares racy topless... ...
    Dr. Oz speaks to comedian and entertainer Howie Mandel as he opens up about the impact this past year and a half has had on his OCD and anxiety and shows us how humor can help you cope. READ MORE: Michigan Matters: Of Politics & Pandemic: Evans, Coulter, Barnett, Wild Weigh In Howie Mandel opens up to Dr. Oz about his struggles with anxiety. READ MORE: Detroit Police, Fire Departments Hold Ceremony For 9/11 Victims   MORE NEWS: Natural Immunity Vaccine Exemption Now Offered At Spectrum Health   Watch THE DR. OZ SHOW, weekdays at 9 a.m. on CBS 62. Related
    Almost two dozen Texas Democrats who fled to Washington, D.C. last month in order to block two 'restrictive' voting reform bills proposed by Republicans have now filed a lawsuit against Gov. Greg Abbott.  Abbott  - who is Republican - threatened to arrest the lawmakers when they eventually return to the Lone Star state after they packed onto private jets and flew to the nation's capitol on July 12.  On Friday, 22 of the Democrats filed a complaint in federal court in Austin claiming that Republican attempts to bring them home for a special legislative session is a violation of their rights.  The plaintiffs claim they 'have been deprived of liberty for substantial periods of time, [and] suffered much anxiety and distress over the separation from their families.  They also say they have suffered from 'much discomfort and embarrassment' because their reputations have been 'impaired'.  In addition to Abbott, GOP House Speaker Dade Phelan and State Rep. James White are also named as defendants in the suit.  Almost two dozen Texas Democrats who fled to Washington, D.C. last month in order to...
    Condition of employment: Hospitals in DC, across the nation follow Houston Methodist in requiring vaccination for workers Ilhan Omar calls out fellow Dems as new controversy flares © Provided by INSIDER Howie Mandel in 2020. Tibrina Hobson/WireImage Howie Mandel opened up about his "painful" struggles with OCD and anxiety in a new interview. "I'm living in a nightmare," the "America's Got Talent" judge told People. Mandel said he tries to "anchor" himself with family, but still struggles with his mental health. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Howie Mandel opened up about his struggles with OCD and anxiety in a new interview with People. "I'm living in a nightmare," the "America's Got Talent" judge said. "I try to anchor myself. I have a beautiful family and I love what I do. But at the same time, I can fall into a dark depression I can't get out of." Mandel, who's been living with his mental illnesses since he was a child, told People that dealing with the pandemic was especially tough. "There isn't...
    Howie Mandel in 2020. Tibrina Hobson/WireImage Howie Mandel opened up about his "painful" struggles with OCD and anxiety in a new interview.  "I'm living in a nightmare," the "America's Got Talent" judge told People. Mandel said he tries to "anchor" himself with family, but still struggles with his mental health. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Howie Mandel opened up about his struggles with OCD and anxiety in a new interview with People.  "I'm living in a nightmare," the "America's Got Talent" judge said. "I try to anchor myself. I have a beautiful family and I love what I do. But at the same time, I can fall into a dark depression I can't get out of."  Mandel, who's been living with his mental illnesses since he was a child, told People that dealing with the pandemic was especially tough.  "There isn't a waking moment of my life when 'we could die' doesn't come into my psyche," he said.  According to Mandel, he usually would focus on "the fact that everybody around me was okay" in order...
    (CNN)"Friends" star Matthew Perry has revealed that he struggled with the pressures of filming the show in front of a live studio audience, saying he felt like he was going to die "every single night." The 51-year-old actor -- who played witty, sarcastic Chandler Bing in the hit '90s sitcom -- opened up about his anxiety while chatting with former co-stars Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc, Lisa Kudrow and Courteney Cox during the reunion special, which aired on HBO Max on Thursday. According to Perry, his insecurity about his comedic skill meant his anxiety spiked if the audience didn't respond positively to his jokes. Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer reveal they had feelings for each other while filming Friends"To me, I felt like I was going to die if they didn't laugh," he said of his experience on the NBC show, which ran for 10 seasons from 1994 to 2004. "And it's not healthy, for sure." Perry was 24 when he landed the role of Chandler and consistently delivered comedy gold with his epic one-liners -- but things...
    Ryan Reynolds (pictured at a premiere in December, 2019) rarely speaks about his anxiety. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP Ryan Reynolds posted about his "lifelong pal, anxiety" for Mental Health Awareness Month. He wants others who "overschedule, overthink, overwork, over-worry" to know they're not alone. Reynolds has talked about his anxiety in the past, but it's not a focus of his Instagram posts.   Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. It's better late than never for Ryan Reynolds, who just opened up about his mental health on one of the last days of Mental Health Awareness Month.  "One of the reasons I'm posting this so late is I overschedule myself and important things slip up," he wrote on Instagram Wednesday. "And one of the reasons I overschedule myself is my lifelong pal, anxiety."  A post shared by Ryan Reynolds (@vancityreynolds)   Reynolds, the 44-year-old "Deadpool" star and entrepreneur, went on to say "I know I'm not alone, and most importantly, to all those like me who overschedule, overthink, overwork, over-worry, and over-everything, please know you're not...
    The Duke of Sussex in "The Me You Can't See," left. Apple/YouTube, Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images Prince Harry spoke about how his mental health was affected after Princess Diana's death.  Speaking in "The Me You Can't See" Harry said he would get panic attacks and anxiety.  The duke described being at Diana's funeral as an out of body experience. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Prince Harry has opened up about the struggles he faced after the death of his mother in a new mental-health documentary series for Apple. Speaking in the series, "The Me You Can't See," for which he serves as co-creator and executive producer alongside Oprah Winfrey, Harry said he started therapy four years ago to "heal" himself from the past. During a filmed conversation with Winfrey, Harry said he pushed back his feelings of grief following Princess Diana's death. She died in a car accident after being chased by paparazzi in Paris in 1997. "I don't want to think about her because if I think about her it's just gonna make me sad, what's...
    RYAN GARCIA is getting help for depression and anxiety after pulling out of his proposed fight with Javier Fortuna. The date for the eagerly anticipated bout was finalised earlier this month and was set to be Garcia's first defence of his WBC interim lightweight title. Ryan Garcia has updated fans on his plans after pulling out of his fight with Javier Fortuna 2The lightweight star, 22, is taking time out to get help with anxiety and depressionCredit: Getty But he stunned fans when he pulled out to take care of his health and wellbeing. And the 22-year-old has updated fans in an Instagram post. He posted a picture of himself from a beach-side balcony. And he wrote: "Thank for you for all the support and for all the people checking in on me. "As many of you guys know, I've struggled with depression and anxiety for some time now. "I pushed through so many times but I need some time off and I'm choosing to finally get some help with mental health." Garcia became world champion in January when he defeated Britain's Luke...
    BOXING sensation Ryan Garcia opened up on his battle with anxiety in a heartfelt Instagram post. The 22-year-old fighter revealed 'some days I cry' and 'I don't even want to speak' in his emotional message. 3Ryan Garcia opened up on his battle with anxietyCredit: Getty Images - Getty 3The boxer posted this message on InstagramCredit: Instagram Garcia has 8.5million followers on Instagram and is set for boxing stardom. But he revealed he battles every day and he is 'with all of you who struggle'. In a touching message, the 21-0 boxer wrote: "I still struggle with anxiety everyday. "There is times where it calms down. But I still battle every day. "But I'm with all of you who struggle and I'm here to tell you it's okay. "We can still do what we want and what our hearts want. God is good." The Californian superstar added: "Some days I cry, some days I don't even want to speak. "I give my all just to function at times. But I try my best to keep a smile for all of you....
    PETER Andre's wife Emily has revealed he suffered anxiety and the pandemic "was tough" on him after they both caught Covid. The 47-year-old star tested positive for Covid in January – 10 months after his GP wife Emily, 31, caught the virus while working in hospital. 2Peter Andre's wife Emily opened up today about Pete's anxiety after he caught Covid in January The mum-of-two spoke on Loose Women today and gave more of an insight into Pete's recent battle and and how she managed their children's emotions when their dad fell ill. She said: "When I had it it was nearly a year, ago but at that time I think I felt quite fearful. We knew less than what we know now. It was really quite stressful. "When Pete had it a bit more recently I was more relaxed. But he wasn't. I did try to be more relaxed around the kids to put that across to them so they weren't afraid because I really think how you feel can rub off on them. "But it was the anxiety again for him, he...
    JAKE PAUL suffered a 15-minute anxiety attack after knocking out Nate Robinson and opened up on his previous mental health battle. Paul enhanced his pro record to two knockouts in as many fights last November as he left Robinson out cold and into a meme. 6Jake Paul knocked out ex-NBA star Nate RobinsonCredit: AP:Associated Press 6Jake Paul suffered a 15-minute anxiety attack after beating Nate RobinsonCredit: Getty Images - Getty The brutal right hand that left the ex-NBA star, 36, flattened happened just moments before Mike Tyson made his comeback 15-years since retiring. Even for an internet sensation like Paul, such unprecedented attention on the global stage proved too much to comprehend at first. He told SunSport: "After my fight, it was like, sort of like 10 to 15 minutes after my fight. "My most recent fight, I had a panic attack, I was just like walking and I like, needed to, like, sit down, cuz I was just, like, overwhelmed with emotions. "And like, it was like my anxiety built up. And like,...
    Remember when the Bob Woodward-Donald Trump interviews first became public? The biggest news break was that Trump admitted to Woodward that he knew the virus was more dangerous than he was saying publicly. But the most morally corrupt moment of that episode came when Trump was called upon to explain why, and he said he didn’t want to “create a panic.” This patently ridiculous statement was met with every bit of the contempt and scorn it deserved, as any human being who wasn’t brainwashed could see that there’s quite a lot of space between Trump hiding the truth from the public and creating public panic. This reality did not of course prevent his propagandists from trying to spin Trump’s words positively. Sean Hannity actually said: “Did President Roosevelt fan the flames of misery? Did he call for panic and anxiety? No, he actually rallied a nation in a time of need and focused on making Americans stronger by staying positive, and he got to work and rolled up his sleeves.” The mind that can write those words and then speak...
    Paulina Porizkova has opened up about her late husband Ric Ocasek cutting her out of his will, saying that she feels 'an equal amount of heartbreak and rage' while grieving him because of the betrayal.  The 55-year-old model has been candidly speaking about her struggles with depression and anxiety on Instagram since she moved out of the Manhattan townhouse they shared for three decades last month.  On Friday, she shared a photo of herself walking through the woods as the sun shines behind her. She admitted in the caption that she blames herself for trusting The Cars frontman, who died in their shared home last year at age 75, saying she was 'clearly delusional.' Betrayal: Paulina Porizkova, 55, shared a photo of herself walking through the woods on Friday while opening up about her late husband Ric Ocasek writing her out of his will  Hard to handle: The model admitted she was 'delusional' to trust Ric, saying she feels 'an equal amount of heartbreak and rage' while mourning his death because of his shocking betrayal 'Friends. Your support and love...
    J Balvin is opening up about his struggle with mental health. The Colombian born singer told his 44.8 million followers in his native Spanish on Tuesday that he has been battling anxiety and depression. “I know I’ve been a bit absent from social media. But like every human being, I’ve been tested,” he said on his Instagram Stories. “In this case, once again I was dealing with anxiety and a bit of depression.” Balvin, 35, shared that he hadn’t been as active online because he didn’t like to pretend like everything was fine. “I don’t like to act, I don’t like to fake it, ‘Ah, happiness. Everything is perfect,’” he said. “No, because I’m a human being just like everyone else and I’m also fragile and very vulnerable, possibly even more so than many of you.” The “Mi Gente” singer then thanked his fans for “staying connected” with him while he recuperates. “Soon this will pass just like every storm, and I’ll be on here again talking more with you all, making jokes because just acting like it, no....
    THOMAS Markle claimed he has had a cold for FOUR YEARS as he reveals a list of illnesses - and warned his daughter's case gives him "anxiety". The 76-year-old warned "I could die tomorrow" as he protested against Meghan Markle's application to delay her privacy battle for almost a year. ⚠️ Read our Meghan and Harry blog for the latest news on the Royal couple 6Thomas Markle listed his health concerns as he revealed he wanted the case to be over sooner rather than later Credit: Phil Penman - The Sun 6Meghan Markle is suing the publishers of the Mail on Sunday for sharing a letter she wrote to her dadCredit: Splash News The Duchess of Sussex's application was today approved for a "confidential" reason heard behind closed doors - meaning the January trial will now be pushed back to autumn next year. Meghan could take the stand to give evidence if the trial goes ahead - with her estranged dad also saying he would be willing to travel to London from his home in Mexico for the showdown....
    Former NFL linebacker Marcus Smith II has opened up about a near-suicide attempt in 2018 when he almost drove off a cliff, his lifelong battle with depression, and his efforts to encourage men to face their mental health issues. 'I began to realize that, as an athlete, the myth of mental toughness is perpetuated as an asset — or in some cases when a player isn't perceived as tough enough, a deal-breaker,' he wrote in an essay for The Players' Tribune. 'And for many players it can lead us to struggle in the shadows.'  As he explained in The Players' Tribune essay, Smith's journey from an NFL linebacker to a mental health advocate began during his stint with the Seattle Seahawks in 2017 and 2018. The former first-round pick had struggling with anxiety, depression, and while driving to a training camp practice on August 16, 2018, had decided to take his own life by driving off the road. Were it not for a well-timed call from his wife, who was seven-months pregnant with their daughter, Rai, Smith doesn't believe he'd be...
    A BLACK man who was caught on camera being beaten by cops has insisted he didn't provoke the officers and was "suffering from anxiety" during the arrest. Eugene Martindale III has claimed a police officer in Long Beach, California, applied unnecessary excessive force as he was taken into custody, his attorney's revealed on Tuesday. 5Eugene Martindale III's arrest was caught on camera in FebruaryCredit: Handout 5Footage from the incident on February 15 shows 25-year-old Martindale getting struck repeatedly with a baton during the arrestCredit: KCAL9 5The 42-page lawsuit claims that Martindale was suffering from a mental health crisis on the day of the arrestCredit: KCAL9 Footage from the incident on February 15 shows 25-year-old Martindale getting struck repeatedly with a baton during the arrest. The 42-page lawsuit, filed on Tuesday and obtained by KTLA, claims that Martindale was suffering from a mental health crisis on the day of the arrest. “Martindale is African American and has a mental disability which at times causes him to seek assistance from bystanders to call his father to pick him up,” the suit...
    MEGHAN Markle quit the "toxic" royal life for her son - because she didn't want him "picking up on her stress and anxiety". A pal has claimed the 38-year-old decided to step back with Prince Harry for the sake of baby Archie. 3 A source has claimed Meghan Markle wanted to step back from royal life for baby ArchieCredit: EPA They told the Daily Mail: “She also felt like she couldn’t be the best mother to Archie if she wasn’t being her true, authentic self. Something she felt she couldn’t be in the royal family confines. “She said she didn’t want Archie picking up on her stress and anxiety. "She felt like it was a toxic environment for him because there was too much tension and pent-up frustrations. “Everything pretty much revolves around Archie right now and Meghan getting back into shape. “They have a daily routine of doing yoga and taking long hikes.” The Sun Online has gone to Buckingham Palace for comment. The pal also revealed the Duchess of Sussex has "no regrets" over quitting senior royal life,...
    By now, congressional Republicans are largely finished with their fruitless, decade-long quest to repeal and replace Obamacare. It, however, is not finished with them. Like a zombie, that effort has lurched forward without the buy-in of congressional Republicans—aided, this time, by the branch of government that sits across the street: the U.S. Supreme Court. A group of GOP state attorneys general, backed by President Donald Trump, are pushing a lawsuit that would repeal the Affordable Care Act. With arguments in the case set for the fall, the decision on the fate of the sweeping health-care law could come before January 2021, when either Trump or Joe Biden will be sworn into office. That’s put the ACA, once again, at the forefront of the political conversation. And with the election looming and the coronavirus pandemic raging, Republican aides and lawmakers have been left to watch it all with a mix of frustration and anxiety—frustration that the administration is pushing ahead with a lawsuit they believe is politically toxic to their party and anxiety that they have no actually plans for what...
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