Singer Sinead O’Connor canceled the tour and said: I feel bad, guilty of the disorder.
The Irish singer has decided to cancel her tour of 2012. Guilt said, is suffering from bipolar disorder. “With great regret I have to cancel all touring throughout the year, since I’m very bad because of bipolar disorder. As you know I had a serious breakdown between December and March, I had been advised by my doctor not to travel on the tour, but I did not want to “fail” or let anyone down since the tour was planned to coincide with the release of my album. So I very foolishly ignored his warning, trying to be stronger than I actually am. I apologise sincerely for any difficulties this may cause.” she wrote on her site.
Sinead O’Connor is not the only one to suffer from bipolar disorder: find out the other celebrities who have to deal with the mood swings. Milestone Photo.
The British actress, wife of Michael Douglas, was admitted in April 2011 to deal with bipolar disorder. Milestone Photo.
The actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, 41, was hospitalized in a psychiatric clinic in Connecticut, US to treat bipolar disorder, which seems to suffer for some time. Her spokesman said at the “Times” site of the U.S. newspaper. “After dealing with the stress of last year (her husband, Michael Douglas, was diagnosed with throat cancer), Catherine decided to take refuge in a mental health clinic for a short time, to treat her bipolar disorder” he said in a statement.
British musician, former leader of the Police (born 1951), Sting suffered from bipolar disorder. Milestone Photo.
“I was suicidal. My first marriage and my relationship with the other members of the band was collapsing. I just felt adrift. I was manic-depressive and I just wasn’t chemically balanced enough to enjoy it.”
British musician, former member of Take That (born 1974): he has confessed to suffering from bipolar disorder. AP Photo.
“I’ve really been grappling with depression. It’s all linked with my cocaine and ecstasy abuse.”
U.S. actor and director, star of Braveheart and director of The Passion of the Christ (born 1956). Milestone Photo.
As Mel Gibson’s voicemails to his ex-girlfriend were leaked to the Internet long time ago, the voicemails are laced with profanity, racial epithets, and threats. In a 2008 documentary, Acting Class of 1977, he first talked about being diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
He also suffered from bipolar disorder, an actor and film director, the star of There’s Something About Mary and Meet the Parents (born 1965). Milestone Photo.
“I have not been an easygoing guy. I think it’s called bipolar manic depression. I’ve got a rich history of that in my family.”