Kim Kardashian: Mom. Wife. Selfie queen. Mental health advocate (apparently).
It was recently revealed the 34-year-old is teaming up with Dr. Drew to produce a documentary titled #RedFlag about the relationship between social media and mental health issues for young people.
RELATED: Dr. Drew Weighs In on Scott Disick’s Rehab Stint — “He Was Desperate But Not Ready”
“I am blessed to be surrounded by family and friends that are loving and nurturing, but not everyone has that kind of support,” the ‘KUWTK’ star said in a statement about the show. “Twenty-five percent of adults in America will suffer from a mental illness in their lifetime, and many of them turn to social media to vent their depression, loneliness and isolation.”
Kim will work with the television personality on the project. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
As much as we’d love to mock Kim — because, all things considered, this is the same chick who takes selfies super seriously and whose Instagram is known to induce dangerous levels of FOMO — we have to commend her for actually doing something admirable.
RELATED: Lisa Rinna to Play Kris Jenner In Upcoming OJ Simpson Miniseries
Anyway, ‘Deadline’ reports the doc will follow the experiences of two millennials who are struggling with mental health issues. It will focus on how social media can be used as a tool in coping with these problems or play a role in exacerbating them.
After the broadcast, Dr. Drew will host an interactive live program to discuss social media and mental health with viewers.
‘#RedFlag’ will air on HLN on May 5 for Mental Health Awareness Month.