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jennywren 9 Jan 19
Replying to @piersmorgan
She’s right. I’ve seen pics in last two weeks of two celebs fully made up, in bed, saying they’re having a rough ride and struggling. It raises awareness, but the fact they’ve put lippy on and are tweeting about it diminishes their issues in some way.
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Laura Humphreys 9 Jan 19
Replying to @piersmorgan
What a strange thing to say & a warped impression of what people struggling “shouldn’t” be doing or look like. Suffers of mental health still get dressed, put on makeup & do their hair. They still attempt to function normally & talking about it is an outlet, regardless of format.
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Eleni 9 Jan 19
Replying to @piersmorgan
She's going to be destroyed by saying this, but I agree wholeheartedly. I don't think I've heard the term 'anxiety' mentioned in casual conversation more than I have the past three years
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Pcofwork 9 Jan 19
Replying to @elenimacx @piersmorgan
Everyone has experienced anxiety at some point. And people are constantly stressed out these days. It's when it continually affects your life negatively that you need to reach out for help.
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Anne 🇮🇪 9 Jan 19
Replying to @piersmorgan
Considering that depression is the hardest thing to talk about and can be fatal- she maybe should have saved the comment. To anyone who is overwhelmed in that dark place- the last thing they would need is to feel is they could be perceived as jumping on a trend .
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OG🃏 9 Jan 19
Replying to @fabannex @piersmorgan
I'm in that dark place you mentioned and I totally agree with her.if it's so hard to talk about how do these celebrities manage it on every interview they can find. No-one is saying famous people don't suffer from it just that they seem to milk it a bit.
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John Brewster 9 Jan 19
Replying to @piersmorgan
But talking about mental health is a good thing...…. so making it fashionable is good, right? You need to be quiet on this subject.
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Charlotte Brumwell-Clark 9 Jan 19
No. There’s a different between getting it in the open and removing the stigma, and making it ‘desirable’ or trivialising it. Which is what the term ‘fashionable’ means. Totally different.
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