Jennifer Lopez opens up about motherhood, Scientology, and a "nervous breakdown" that she's never publicly discussed.
By 1990, they had five movies to their credit—including the hits Women on the Verge of a nervous breakdown (1988) and Tie Me Up!
Around Christmas, Rachel was reportedly hospitalized for a nervous breakdown.
“My life would make most people have a nervous breakdown,” she says with a laugh.
She writes for The Huffington Post, Rumpus.net, The nervous breakdown and elsewhere.
Then he realised that she was on the point of a nervous breakdown, and in no condition for interrogations.
Let them call it a nervous breakdown, his lips were forever sealed.
I have been suffering from a nervous breakdown and am going to try day labor for awhile.
They said I should certainly have a nervous breakdown if I stayed on much longer.
His friends said that he had a nervous breakdown; they sent him to a rest-cure.
nervous breakdown n.
A severe or incapacitating emotional disorder, especially when occurring suddenly and marked by depression.