“I’m supporting Eat Move Love because in a world where mental health STILL carries a stigma, it’s easier for our loved ones to hide behind the ‘I’m fine’ than to show their vulnerabilities and ask for help. To keep ploughing on, wading through the treacle of day to day life. Bottling up those feelings until one day, that bottle explodes.
“As a Psychotherapist, I know from my clients that once you are in that headspace, your thoughts become distorted. You believe there is no way out, no light at the end of the tunnel, no point and a burden to the people around you. The pain becomes unbearable and the only way out feels like taking your own life. But there’s always another way out.”