Lady Gaga opens up about PTSD following rape when she was 19

Lady Gaga opens up about PTSD following rape when she was 19

- Lady Gaga told Oprah Winfrey that she would like to help erase the stigma associated with mental health

- The singer and actress opened up about her own mental health struggles

- She said she suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder after being raped at 19 years old

American singer and songwriter Lady Gaga recently opened up to Oprah Winfrey about her mental health struggles.

The Alejandro hitmaker said she has struggled with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) since she was raped at 19 years old.

Gaga said she would like to do her part in removing the stigma associated with taking medication for mental health.

Lady Gaga opens up about PTSD following rape when she was 19

Lady Gaga and Oprah Winfrey. Photo credit: YouTube
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She said: “Faith, inspiration, hope, and, I also have to say, and I know that this is controversial in a lot of ways: medicine really helped me.

“I think a lot of people are afraid of medicine for their brains to help them, and I really want to erase the stigma around this. I am sick of saying it over and over and over again.”

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Gaga revealed that she has also used different forms of therapy to help her heal.

As a survivor of rape herself, Oprah was incredibly touched by Gaga's story.

The two brave women embraced on stage after the emotional interview.

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Meanwhile, previously reported that popular media mogul, Oprah, was honoured by the Morehouse College students who benefited from the scholarship fund she set up many years ago.

At the honour ceremony, the beneficiaries presented her with roses, sang her a song and presented her with a portrait.

An emotional Oprah could not believe the gesture as she stood in amazement, collecting the roses from them. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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