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And number two, I think the most shocking thing that I could possibly do is be completely vulnerable and honest with you about my life,how—what I’ve been through, the struggles that I’ve seen that I have also been a part of, and share that with the world so that I can help other people who are suffering. And one of those things that I deeply care about is mental health. OPRAH: So someone had asked you what do you see when you look at that Oscar, and you say you see a lot of pain. And is that because of the hard work? Or is that because of the actual physical mental pain that you had to go through up until that moment to get it? LADY GAGA: Well, it’s not a huge secret, but some of you might not know in the audience tonight or who’s watching, but I struggle with mental health issues. And I struggle also with chronic pain. Some call it fibromyalgia.
Or neuropathic pain. OPRAH: What does that mean, fibromyalgia? What does that mean? LADY GAGA: That is a very big question, Oprah. So fibromyalgia is essentially a chronic pain condition that makes your body hurt through your brain. Now, someone that might be watching this that it might be saying, don’t tell me that my fibromyalgia is in my head because my whole body hurts. And even sitting here with you today, I’min head-to-toe pain. But what’s interesting about it is that I’ve found through neuropsych research and my relationship with my doctors that fibromyalgia can be treated through mental health therapy. And mental health is a medical condition. It should be treated as a medical condition.
It should not be ignored. And I— OPRAH: So twice you’ve said you have mental health issues. What does that mean for you? Because as I was sharing with you on the phone,I have a girls’ school with girls who have come from traumatic backgrounds. And I didn’t know, until I started this school, because I had this idea that I’m gonna create this school and everybody’s gonna come and they’re gonna get an education and they’re gonna go out in the world and Everythings gonna be fabulous. I had no idea the impact that trauma has on your mental health. LADY GAGA: Well, I’ve shared this with you, and I will share it again, very vulnerably with all of you. I could object to my book and read it, but I’ll just tell you.
So I was raped repeatedly when I was 19 years old. And I also developed PTSD. OPRAH: As a result of the rape? LADY GAGA: As a result of being raped. And also not processing that trauma. I did not have anyone to help me. I did not have a therapist. I did not have a psychiatrist. I did not have a doctor to help me through it. I just all of a sudden became a star and was traveling the world going from hotel room to garage to limo to stage. And I never dealt with it. And then all of a sudden, I started to experience this incredible, intense pain throughout my entire body that mimicked, actually, the illness that I felt after I was raped. So what that is called… OPRAH: Were you raped by someone you knew?
LADY GAGA: I was raped by someone that I knew. Repeatedly. And it was a trauma response. So when you asked me about what fibromyalgia is, what I would like for you to know, and to shine a light on, is that many people donat know what it is. And we need to all get together and figure this out. And this is how we’re gonna do it. There’s the neuropsych aspect. There’s also an immunity aspect that where there is a possibility that the immune system has something to do with fibromyalgia or trauma response or neuropathic pain. Whatever you want to call it.
And there’s also some similarity in my condition to autoimmune diseases. But fibromyalgia is not an autoimmune disease. So what I take an oath, as a commitment today, with you, is it’s 2020. And for the next decade, and maybe longer, I’m going to get the smartest scientists, doctors, psychiatrists, mathematicians, researchers, and professors in the same room together and we are going to go through each problem, one by one, and we are going to solve this mental health crisis. OPRAH: You know what I found interesting, you became famous really quickly, even though there had been so much work put into getting to the point where we then knew you and you became famous. And you made the decision, or have made the decision that you’re not interested in just fame but you’re also looking for impact. LADY GAGA: I want to impact. I always did.