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One out of every five people in America have experienced mental illness.More than six million adults live with bipolar disorder, 16 million live with major depression, and 18 million live with an anxiety disorder.PHOTOS: Stars who were bullied for their weight "It was a way of expressing my own shame, of myself, on my own body," the star says. And there were some times where my emotions were just so built up, I didn't know what to do.The only way that I could get instant gratification was through an immediate release on myself." The dangerous coping mechanism continued throughout Lovato's teen years.In late 2000, lead singer Scott Weiland said that the band planned to record a double album.Shortly after work got underway, bassist Robert De Leo said that goal looked realistic, stating: "Scott's in a space right now where we're not cramming to just get a single record done — he's in a space where I think a double record is possible." The band's label, Atlantic, was hesitant about the idea and the band eventually conceded.Although she embraces these diagnoses as part of who she is, Geralyn definitely gets nervous about telling new partners.
But, that doesn’t change the fact that disclosing your mental illness to someone you’re dating can be quite the challenge.
Chapman Baehler filmed a behind-the-scenes documentary as the band recorded the LP in their beach villa-turned-recording studio.
According to Baehler, the documentary set out to be like a modern-day version of the 1970 Beatles documentary Let It Be.
Take my friend Jerome, hired one summer to drive a van full of rich and annoying European teenagers across the country. I didn't hear Sara's story until later, but it didn't have many funny parts.
Somewhere in the Midwest, without telling the kids or his employer or anyone else where he was going, he simply got out at a gas station and walked away. Her condition was rooted in a childhood depression that began when her father died suddenly of stomach cancer. Then came her diagnosis, and years of experimenting with different psychiatric drugs until her doctors found the magic combination.
"That's kind of what I've been dealing with ever since," she admits.