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Lucy Hale Opens Up About Mental Health Journey

May 24, 2023

“One thing that I struggled with as a child and that I definitely still struggle with as an adult, is that I don’t always know when to speak up for myself or when to share what I’m feeling. And I often have these very overwhelming, dark thoughts that can overtake me, and they leave me feeling isolated or scared or misunderstood.”

Lucy Hale

For May Mental Health Awareness Month Lucy Hale shares her personal mental health journey. Lucy discusses her struggles with speaking up for herself, overwhelming thoughts, and feelings of isolation. She emphasizes the importance of honoring one’s emotions, seeking help without shame, and finding both connection and solitude for mental well-being.

About the You Got This Campaign

Battling mental health issues can sometimes feel isolating and overwhelming. The You Got This campaign strives to assure you that you’re never alone. Celebrities and influencers share their stories and provide tips on how they got through the hardships of both their past and present, reinforcing the empowering message that while things may be hard now, #YouGotThis.

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About Lucy Hale

Lucy Hale is an American actress and singer. She has received various accolades, including seven Teen Choice Awards (the most for any actress in a single series), a Gracie Award, a People’s Choice Award and two Young Hollywood Awards.

After early recognition for her roles as Becca Sommers in the series Bionic Woman (2007) and Rose Baker in the series Privileged (2008–2009), Hale received her breakthrough role as Aria Montgomery in the Freeform series Pretty Little Liars (2010–2017), for which she received global stardom and critical acclaim. She starred as Stella Abbott in Life Sentence (2018), the titular character in Katy Keene (2020) and DC Lake Edmunds in Ragdoll (2021). She has appeared in films such as The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 (2008), A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song and Scream 4 (both 2011), and led the films Truth or Dare and Dude (both 2018), Fantasy Island (2020), and The Hating Game (2021).

In addition to acting, Hale has also ventured into music. In 2003, she first came to prominence as one of the five winners of the reality show American Juniors, a children’s spin-off of Fox’s American Idol and began as a solo artist with signing Hollywood Records in 2012, on her debut studio album, Road Between (2014). She is also credited with hosting Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve from 2016 to 2021.

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