National Suicide Prevention Week: Camila Cabello Encourages Fans to Seek Help If They're Suffering

Camila Cabello
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Camila Cabello attends the 2019 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on Nov. 24, 2019 in Los Angeles.

Camila Cabello, who has been candid about her own struggles with anxiety in the past, is encouraging others to ask for help if their mental health is suffering.

The singer shared a message with her fans on social media during National Suicide Prevention Week.

"every 40 seconds a family loses someone to suicide. This heartbreaking fact reminds us today, during National Suicide Prevention Week, that we don’t know what someone else is going through. I’ve been open about my challenges with mental health, OCD, and anxiety. And the bravest thing I ever did was ask for help when I was suffering," she wrote on Saturday (Sept. 12).

"Being human is hard," Cabello added. "We were never meant to do it alone. Check on your friends today and ask them how their hearts are. If you’re struggling with your mental health and are reading this now, please take it as a sign to ask for help. You are needed in this world. There are people that want to see you healed and feeling better and can help you through it. You are not alone."

"If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts please reach out to someone close to you or you can call the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273 TALK or text NAMI to 741-741," she said.

See her post below.

Camila Cabello Shares Struggle With Mental Health Issues | Billboard News