It's never easy to open up about mental illness but Lady Gaga bravely shared to the world how she struggled with post traumatic stress disorder or PTSD.
In an episode of NBC's Today show, Gaga visited a shelter for homeless LGBTQ youth to start a campaign called #ShareKindness which aims to "inspire one million acts of kindness"! Apart from the material gifts she brought them, the singer shared a powerful message about equality.
"I am no better than any of those kids. And I'm no worse than any of them. We are equal. We both walk our two feet on the same earth. And we're in this together," she said.
But the biggest surprise of her visit was her bravery to open up about her PTSD resulting from the rape attack which she publicly admitted in 2014.
She also tweeted her sincerest appreciation to the teens of Ali Forney Center for sharing their "stories, trauma & pain" to humanity.
Watch the inspiring segment below:
Video Courtesy: Today Show
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