In a video posted to her Instagram account, the 25-year-old British actress opened up about her mental health.
“I am better.” Robbie Parker, translator Marina Thompson in the first season of the series The Bridgerton Chronicle, She tried to reassure her fans in a nearly 5-minute video that she posted on her Instagram account on Thursday, May 26. “Mental Health Week is every week for me. I feel like I haven’t been completely candid so now is the time for my followers to be transparent. I’ve been fighting ever since. Bridgeton, It is the truth. Thank you all for supporting me and showing me your love. #mentalhealthawareness,” the 25-year-old commented.
Live from the hospital, wearing a black T-shirt with “Toxic” on the elbows and with a natural-looking face and hair, she decided to speak to her 231,000 subscribers. She also starred in How to stop recurring dream He begins his testimony with a question: How are you really? I, I better, haven’t been really good for too long and to be honest with everyone I had to fight.” The British actress continued: “I’m going to take a little break and encourage everyone who is in the same situation as me to do the same, and stop being so hard on yourself”.
“I want to survive, I will survive and I must survive”
And to continue: “We need to change the dialogue and talk about mental health. I say that because I was in this situation, I was full of rage and anger, all this intergenerational trauma built up inside me.” She added, “Now that I’ve been diagnosed, I’m drawing a line in the sand (…), I have to change and that’s exactly what I’m doing.”
Then the British actress wanted to “thank everyone who helped me.” She praised her family, friends, series producer Shonda Rhimes and Netflix for “giving her the chance and saving me.”
In the video, the trailer for season 2 of The Bridgeton Chronicle
Before ending the video with a capella song that makes her “feel good,” she concludes with a powerful song: “I want to survive and I will survive, I will.”