Pop singer Mariah Carey revealed on Wednesday that she suffers from bipolar disorder, telling People magazine that she was diagnosed in 2001 but had only recently been taking medication. Her specific condition, though, bipolar II, lacks the extreme highs associated with other forms of bipolar disorder, leaving the sufferer prone to depression.
Mariah Carey's former manager Stella Stolper is suing the "Infinity" singer and claims Carey violated "the U.S. Civil Rights Act, a Violation of the Fair Employment and Housing Act" and breached an existing contract. "It was too heavy a burden to carry and I simply couldn't do that anymore". In response, Carey expressed her gratitude and appreciation in a post to her followers across her social media accounts on Saturday that read, "I've been hard at work, feeling inspired by each of your stories and uplifted by your overwhelming support".
MARIAH Carey has said she is no longer living in "denial and isolation" after being treated for bipolar disorder. I sought and received treatment'.
Miss "Songbird Supreme" is now working on a new album with Roc Nation, which will be the first since her 2014 album, Me. I was irritable and in constant fear of letting people down.
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Stamos noted at the time that he thought he'd run out of time to be a parent. "I'll probably just do all that stuff". Years after playing an uncle - and then a father of twins - on Full House , John Stamos is now a proud papa himself.
According to TMZ, Stopler has filed the paperwork to set a lawsuit into motion after being let go by Carey about a year ago. I'm hopeful we can get to a place where the stigma is lifted from people going through anything alone.
Carey is now working on her follow-up to 2014's Me.
"He's proud of her for coming forward and using her platform for good".