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Andrea McLean, 50, took to social media yesterday to talk about how her life has changed over the past 12 months. The Loose Women panelist told fans she was so “overwhelmed” by her past that she was “unable to function in her present” in a very candid Instagram post.
Mum-of-two Andrea, spoke at length about being “neck-deep in fear” and revealed she will share more details with “brutal honesty” in her new book.
“This Girl Is On Fire,” her post began, referencing the headline of her new release.
She went on to add: “She is NOW… but a year ago? Nope.”
Talking about herself, the ITV star continued in a frank manner: ”She was neck-deep in fear, overwhelmed by her past and unable to function in her present.”
A year on from her breakdown, Andrea told her 271,000 followers that she wanted to share what she had learnt from her experience and how she remains strong.
“I want to share with you every single lesson I learned in overcoming all of these things, and show you how YOU CAN TOO,” the Loose Women star wrote.
“In my new book I share (with brutal honesty) my experiences, the expert advice I was given to help me overcome them and the things I do to keep me strong.
“We all have our pivot moment, when we can’t take any more, of whatever it is that we are going through. I hope my book will help you overcome yours…” she continued.
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Instagram followers and fans took to the comments section to share their thoughts and praise the presenter for being an inspiration to those going through similar situations.
“I absolutely love you Andrea. You are so real and relatable,” said one fan before adding: “You also have an awesome cheeky sense of humour. I can’t wait to read this.”
“Fab Andrea!!! An inspiration,” remarked A Place in the Sun host Laura Hamilton.
A third follower added: “Thanks for being so open and honest with your story l look forward to reading your book. I got to a point in my own life when my balance tipped the wrong way and I realised that it’s okay to stop. Self nurture and rest.”
“Yeah hoping this black hole of menopause will pass and I learn to be me again but stronger,” agreed another.
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