There’s a stigma attached to being a child star in Hollywood because they often don’t fair so well as they transition into adulthood, and frankly it’s understandable. Hollywood has a tendency to rob these kids of their childhood, thrust them into the spotlight, and most humans simply aren’t prepared for that level of success at such a young age. Often, by the time child actors reach adulthood, they’re dealing with many unresolved mental health issues thanks to their time in show business.YouTube channel The Talkto discusses 10 child stars who suffer from mental health disorders as adults and it’s very informative for anyone currently dealing with these types of issues.
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