Howie Mandel opens up on his condition 

On “The Kelly Clarkson Show,” Mandel discussed his struggles with mental illness. He confessed that his celebrity status had a negative impact on his mental health, not a positive one.

From the outside, he sometimes seems cheerful, but when he’s at home, especially alone, he stated that’s not the case.

When Kelly Clarkson heard this, she was shocked. Mandel then acknowledged, “I’m heavily medicated.” Clarkson found it hard to comprehend that someone would make derogatory remarks about her.

Since he was a young child, Howard Stern has battled anxiety and OCD. He has said that he has had these ailments for almost his entire life.

Because he didn’t have any classmates to make friends with when he was younger, he was labeled “strange.” Though he believes he gets paid to be strange, he now finds that every day is a struggle. America’s Got Talent has Stern on the panel as a judge.

Mandel claims to be experiencing a nightmare and tries to ground himself. He has a lovely family and enjoys his work, yet he can also experience deep sadness from which he cannot recover.

He shared a lot of worry during the COVID-19 epidemic because he always has the thought, “We could die,” running through his head. But the fact that everyone in his immediate vicinity was okay would comfort him. But the world as a whole was in horrible shape [during the pandemic].

Up until 2006, Mandel kept his illnesses a secret from the public. He was ashamed and concerned that if his instability were discovered, he wouldn’t be able to obtain employment.

Mandel’s initial concern was that he had let his family down, but he later understood that if it was discovered that he wasn’t stable, he might not be employed.

Howie Mandel, the comedian, has struggled with severe depression for a long time. Mandel acknowledges that, even though he still experiences dark and terrible periods, the general public may not fully understand the severity of his depression.

Like other comedians, he utilizes comedy to deal with his disability. He claims that comedy saved him, and he feels most at ease performing.

Mandel claimed that he is now coming forth about his struggles with mental illness because he wants to end the stigma.

He is aware that enduring all of this will not be simple, but he has faith that despite his difficulties, he will continue to treasure the times when his life is not shadowed by darkness.

Mandel is aware that some people find his battles with mental illness amusing, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t terrible for him.

Despite his obstacles, he is optimistic that he can end the stigma associated with mental health issues. It won’t be simple for him to keep his mental health, but he wants to.