Amanda Seyfried Opens Up About Her OCD And Why She'll 'Never Get Off' Meds
Amanda Seyfried has come a long way since making her film debut in "Mean Girls" in 2004.
Now, the 30-year-old boasts a slew of starring roles on her cinematic resume, including films like "Mamma Mia!," "Les Misérables," "Lovelace" and "Ted 2."
However, all the fame, fortune and success in the world can't cure Amanda Seyfried's Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).
Seyfried recently sat down with Allure magazine's David Denicolo to talk about living with her OCD, making pies and her irresistible eyes.
Sitting on the patio of a small cafe in the tiny hamlet of Stone Ridge, located about two hours north of Manhattan, Amanda Seyfried talked about her country home and the fact she'll be on OCD medication for the rest of her life.
Seyfried pivoted from the topic of mental health to talk about whale watching in Connecticut, which was then followed up by an assertion she's going to buy a baby pool from Target.
Because it's fall, and we're all basic at heart, Denicolo then asked Seyfried about her love for baking, to which she replied,
Clearly, this dude was not a keeper.
The more folks who use their various platforms to speak about mental health, the better off we're all going to be.