Ray Davies was the lead artist for the Kinks. His hits incorporate "Lola." and "You Really Got Me" He likewise has a bipolar issue. In his history, "Ray Davies: A Complicated Life," creator Johnny Rogan reports that Davies was determined to have bipolar in 1973 after he endeavored suicide.
In her collection of memoirs, Jane Pauley shares she was determined to have a bipolar issue. She portrayed one time as "My tides were fluctuating, to and fro, to and fro, now and then so quick they were by all accounts turning. They call this 'quick cycling.' It's a wonder that an individual can seem, by all accounts, to be stopping when the state of mind tides are sloshing to and fro, in some cases clearing in the two headings on the double. They consider that a 'blended state.' It felt like a smaller than usual motocross race going on in my mind."
Richard Dreyfuss, an Academy Award champ, who has shown up in "Jaws," first freely discussed his battle with the bipolar issue in 2006. Since that time, he shares his story to help others. "By recounting to my own story, I would like to help expel the shame. It never ought to be something to cover up."
In 2008, during the narrative "Acting Class of 1977," Mel Gibson reported he had as of late been determined to have manic depression, presently known as a bipolar issue, saying, "I had great highs, however, some low lows."
Catherine Zeta-Jones is an artist and on-screen character who played Annie at age 11 as per IMDB.com and hasn't quit acting since. In 2013, she declared she was looking for treatment for the bipolar issue. Zeta-Jones had recently been determined to have bipolar II, which is frequently misdiagnosed as sorrow and had looked for medicine in 2011 too.
Patrick Kennedy was a congressman for a long time. He is presently an indefatigable backer for emotional well-being. He unveiled his analysis of the bipolar issue in the late 1990s. He supported the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act, marked into law in 2008, which required insurance agencies to treat psychological maladjustment; similarly, they treat physical ailments.