Lady Gaga Offers Free Counseling at Concerts: Should People Seek Therapy at a Show?
SodaHead Celebs 2012/12/30 19:00:00
Lady Gaga has made no bones about the fact that she draws a unique crowd. She’s labeled her devotees her “little monsters” and has always reminded them that it’s okay for them to be a “freak” like her. So in a world where teen bullying and suicides run rampant, she’s offering a little extra support to her diehard fans. During the run of her Born This Way Ball tour, she’ll make free counseling available to those who wish to seek it.
It’s not surprising that the pop star would go to such lengths go give back to her loyal followers. After all, she can relate to what some of her young fans are going through. Born Stefani Germanotta, she’s admitted that she, too, never quite fit in when she was growing up. And last year she launched her Born This Way Foundation to empower youth.
Now comes the extra support at her performances. As she explained on Facebook, “At the BornBrave Bus you have access to professional private or group chats about mental health, depression, bullying, school & friends… BornBrave Bus Is a place where mental health + depression are taken seriously no judgment, FREE real help available to all." While it might be a great outlet for people who really need it, others might shy away from tackling their issues in such a lighthearted environment. What do you think: Should people seek therapy at a show?
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