I know this is bad/rude/insensitive of me to say and I know it's possible to be famous and have SAD and I'm not sure why but I'm repulsed by any attempts to associate SAD with famous celebrities. I wish I knew why?
I think there's also a book about famous people who have sa.
There are people on this board who think Kirsten Steward has sa. I don't know if it's true. She has never said anything about it, but you can see from interviews and stuff that she's a bitt uncomfortable when she's not acting.
I also read that Emma Stone had sa when she was 10 years old or something, but she had therapy for it and that realle helped her. I really love her as an actress. She is really good and funny and so beautiful.
I wish my parents had seek help for me at a young age. Then maybe now my life would be better.
I'm amazed that someone with SA can be a celebrity. Kim Basinger's part in that youtube video got to me. Everytime I see those paparazzi pictures of famous people, I can only think "God, it would suck to be famous" :um
But uh, yeah, I think Michael Jackson had SA/AvPD too. I heard that he locked himself in a room and wouldn't come out because he was pressured about the Thriller music video and was worried about what the christian community would think of him... Although I can't find this on google, so I'm not sure how accurate that is. He was clearly obsessed with being the best though
Wow, I had no idea about Ricky Williams. That's crazy. It really sounds like he has it, though. I can't imagine what he was/is going through being in the spotlight like that. I'm glad they talked about this on a major network. Maybe it will educate people a little bit.