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‘Love Island’ Contestant Praised For Showing Emotions Following Mental Health Problems

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A contestant on Love Island has been praised for showing his emotions while on the show.

Chris Hughes has previously opened up about his mental health problems and during his time on the reality show has been seen in tears during emotional times with fellow contestants.

A top counselling agency took to social media to commend Chris for ‘bearing all’.

Signpost Counselling, who run supports groups to help young people, wrote: “They say men younger & older don’t feel safe to show their emotions…shout out to Chris #LoveIsland for being himself and bearing all.”

Chris has spoken out about suffering panic attacks in the past, and says he was treated with hypnosis.

On his Instagram account, he wrote: “Hopefully this may help certain people who’ll relate: It was about May 2013 when I finally overcame anxiety and panic attacks, most sickening months of my life where you never know what your you’re…

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