The two Disney Channel alums candidly talked about mental health on Instagram Live.
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The singer, who has bipolar disorder, talked about therapy, medication and labels in a new interview.
I have, and live with, an illness that society still struggles to understand.
Bipolar disorder is largely misdiagnosed. That not only hurts the person living with it, but their loved ones, too.
People often equate the condition with quickly changing your mind or emotions. That's simplistic and wrong.
The rapper also jabbed TMZ, which once quoted a source referring to him as "erratic."
With the flip of a switch, I felt like I had morphed into a new wife.
I have learned to separate trauma from culture.