Sen. Creigh Deeds of Virginia understands the importance of mental health care better than most.

In the midst of a mental health crisis, he was stabbed by his son Gus 13 times on Nov. 19, 2013, before Gus shot himself and died by suicide.  Deeds survived the attack, dumbfounded by what happened.

The day before the incident, a judge had issued an emergency custody order to place Gus in a mental health facility. But due to a bed shortage, he was released after just six hours.

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Singer Ariana Grande and "Saturday Night Live" cast member Pete Davidson were reportedly dating.

Neither star as of May 2018 had confirmed the relationship outright, but their reps haven't pushed back on reports claiming the two have linked up. The singer and comedian's playful interactions on Instagram have certainly suggested to fans a romance is budding.

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There are a lot of misconceptions about taking medication to manage depression.

Some assume antidepressants are simply "happy pills" while others think all antidepressants make you devoid of feeling. For those who find antidepressants helpful, medication can be a good weapon against depression. No one should be ashamed of using a tool that works for them.

But not everyone understands this — and it can be hard to explain why medication is an important part of your mental health treatment.

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"[Mental health] matters just as much as our physical health," Prince William said at a recent event in London.

"There are times when, whoever we are, it is hard to cope with challenges — and when that happens, being open and honest and asking for help is life-changing."

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