Deepika Padukone on fighting depression: You need to be patient


If there is anything that I’ve learnt in the journey of recovery is that you need to be patient, and that there is hope. The day I understood there was a name to it, it was called ‘clinical depression’ I already started feeling much better. Superman once said, once you choose hope, anything is possible!”

Deepika Padukone was snapped with Kendall Jenner at the event. You’re smiling and bringing joy into other people’s lives when you have none.”

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Check out some more photos of Deepika Padukone from the Youth Anxiety Center fundraising dinner:
Deepika Padukone took to her Instagram stories and shared a click with Kendall Jenner with a beautiful caption. Advertising

Deepika took to Instagram to share some photos and a video from the fundraiser. The toughest part for me was that I didn’t know what was happening. Talking about her own experience, Deepika told Vogue, “That was the hardest part, to put on a front every single day like everything is okay in your life when actually that’s far from reality. (Photo: teamdeepikamy/Instagram)
Deepika Padukone, who has been vocal about suffering from depression and managing to overcome it, founded her NGO in 2015 to fight for mental health issues. (Photo: teamdeepikamy/Instagram)
Deepika Padukone was all smiles at the fundraising dinner in New York City. The Youth Anxiety Center was founded in 2013 by New York–Presbyterian Hospital and is dedicated to the treatment of people, mainly youth, suffering from depression and anxiety through research and clinical programming. But I think the key to know is that depression and anxiety can creep up on absolutely anybody, from any profession, any gender, any part of the world. (Photo: Deepika Padukone/Instagram)
Deepika Padukone at Youth Anxiety Center’s dinner. In 2016, the organization also launched a program called “You Are Not Alone”. In the clip, we see her saying, “300 million people in the world suffer with anxiety and depression.