North East UK news Chloe Ferry 'sick of pretending to be OK' as she quits social media MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - Geordie Shore star Chloe Ferry has taken a break from social media, telling fans she'd been struggling
Breaking News ! Chloe Ferry told fans she was 'sick of pretending to be OK' as she announced her social media hiatus on Monday. Geordie Shore star Chloe, 25, has been very open about struggling to deal with negative comments from trolls in the past. And, after enjoying some time with friends over Bank Holiday, she took to her Instagram story to reveal she was taking some time away from that platform. She posted: "As mentioned in my story's (sic) I'm taking a few days away from social media and my phone I really need this me time. "I haven't been feeling my normal lately and I'm sick of pretending I'm ok to please other people for once I'm putting myself first ..." She also revealed her intentions to take a break from alcohol too, writing: "That's me done with drinking for a while". Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now Chloe opened up about her mental health struggles in a series of candid clips on her Instagram, which she posted on World Mental Health Day in October.
...I think two years ago, I did have quite bad depression. "And when I was feeling rock bottom and low, I didn't what to do, I didn't know who to speak to.
There's so many people out there to speak to. It's always better to voice how you're feeling instead of keeping it in. "With me, I like to keep it in which makes it worse." Chloe, who starred in the last series of Celebs Go Dating, will soon be back on screen- in Geordie Shore: Ten Years On The Toon, which will see her Charlotte Crosby, Nathan Henry and James Tindale revisit where it all began a decade since the infamous first series launched on MTV.
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