'People need some home truths': Amber explained how she felt compelled to write about mental health after being struck by people's lack of understanding around it.
She urged people not to 'suffer in silence''And yet I've been battling with anxiety and depression for years and years and there's still people that make comments like "you'll get over it", "you don't need tablets, just be happier", "you're too young to suffer with that."'I'm a strong person, I've been through my fair share of crap in life (the same as anyone else) and I will be okay.
The Michigan Court of Appeals has upheld the first degree murder conviction of a former Levering-area woman who was convicted of shooting her live-in boyfriend while he slept.
The appeals court found no merit in the one issue raised in the appeal for Amber Rose Smith, 29, on her 2014 convictions for first degree murder and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.
She is known for starring as Kelly Kapowski on NBC's Saved by the Bell (1989–93) and as Valerie Malone on Fox's Beverly Hills, 90210 (1994–98), two TV series that met with great success.
I have the best family and friends around me and I am thankful everyday that they have the patience to help and support me.
Amber said she wanted to demonstrate that appearances can be deceiving, explaining that her selfie was an example of 'What I showcase to the world via social media.
It disgusts me that so many people are so uneducated and judgemental over the topic.
They say that 1 in 3 people will suffer with a mental illness at some point in their life. Do you know how many people that equates to worldwide?!