Destinys Child Michelle Williams Recovers From Mental Heath Struggles .. Looks GREAT!

Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Michelle Williams opened up about her journey with depression and prioritizing mental health in her memoir Checking In: How Getting Real About Depression Saved My Life – and Can Save Yours last year.

She spoke about suicidal thoughts; the importance of their faith, family and friends; and the lessons she’s learned about prioritizing her mental health.

A longtime advocate for mental health, the Destiny’s Child band member urges people to understand the importance of “connecting” with self, with God, and with others – a journey that is not a “one time” thing , but a tool that a person can use on a daily basis.

After years of work, Michelle’s mind seems healthy, as does her body.

Media Take Out got some recent pics of Michelle – and she looks gorgeous. Looks:

Aside from music, Michelle Williams has found success as a television, Broadway and West End theater actress, earning a nomination for Best Lead Female – Equity at the 18th Annual NAACP Theater Awards in 2008.

She made her Broadway acting debut in Aida (2003) and has since starred in the sitcom series Half & Half (2006) and in the musical productions The Color Purple (2007), Chicago (2009-10) and What My Husband Doesn’t. Know (2011) and Fela! (2013). She has been a judge on MTV’s Top Pop Group, a contestant on Season 8 of Strictly Come Dancing in the UK and has starred in the Oxygen reality television series Fix My Choir.

She has also appeared in the American, British and Australian versions of The Masked Singer.

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