“I want to die big when I’m stuck at that moment”: Louise Thompson was born with her “catastrophic PTSD” while talking about the post-traumatic mental health battle of his son Leo. Bravely share “the collapse afterwards”
She spoke openly about the fight against PTSD and postnatal anxiety after her son Leo was born last year.
And Louise Thompson took her vulnerable side to Instagram on Wednesday to share her “catastrophic collapse” she admitted when she was stuck in a gloomy moment. She wants to “die big”.
A former Made in Chelsea star, 32, has recorded two very close deaths, recording a journey of postpartum depression after complications during childbirth in November.
“I want to die big when I’m stuck at that moment”: Louise Thompson said on Instagram on Wednesday about the post-traumatic mental health battle of his son Leo, her “catastrophic PTSD.” And bravely share “post-birth collapse”
Since then, the former reality star has been open to showing the reality of her ongoing mental health battle with her 1.4 million followers.
Louise, who gave birth to her first child, Leo, at the end of last year admitted that her collapse wanted her to “die.”
After spending a fulfilling time with her partner Ryan Libby and a six-month-old baby, she visited her best friend and former co-star Rosie Fortesque.
“WTF is in progress”: Former Made in Chelsea star, 32, has recorded a journey of postpartum depression after having complications when giving birth in November, two very I died with a nearby brush.
She explained that there are many things to be thankful for in life, but they can still be triggered to cause panic attacks and breakdowns at any time.
Louise shares a vulnerable snap he’s crying and says: It’s like my brain thought I was full of dying again.
“I couldn’t think straight or work for 40 minutes. Absolutely petrified.
Family: She spoke openly about the fight against PTSD and postnatal anxiety last year after the birth of her son Leo, whom she shares with Boryan Libby.
Very brave: Louise, who gave birth to her first child Leo at the end of last year, admitted that her collapse wanted her to “die”.
“Literally, I don’t like to feel down on Ryan and others, so I don’t think it was caused by something that had to rob me. Then I took some pictures of myself as a kid in the bedroom. I found it and started screaming “why”. This had to happen to me. ”I felt very angry and sad about my innocent and fragile self.
She added: My new antidepressant is so good for sleep that I took it in the evening and at least it helped me to sleep and reset and start today as a fresh new day, but I did them I want to die when I’m stuck at that moment in a big way. ”
In another selfie, Louise was sitting on the bedroom floor, rubbing her eyes and weeping on her face.
“My brain thought I was dying”: She explained that there are many things to thank in life, but they can still be triggered and cause panic attacks and breakdowns at any time.
She writes: “I honestly don’t even have a word to explain the suffering. The light is right there, so I’m just telling myself to keep going.
After her on / off romance with the bad boy Spencer Matthews and American fashion heir Ali Qualhus, Louise met PT Ryan Libby in 2016 and fell head over heels. The pair got engaged in August 2018 after a two-year date.
In March 2021, Louise revealed that she and her partner Ryan Libby were suffering from a miscarriage.
“Absolutely Petrified”: Sharing a vulnerable snap I’m crying, Louise said: “I’ve just experienced an absolutely catastrophic collapse from here. It’s my brain that I’m back again. It’s like I thought I was full of dying. “
The star spoke out through her social media and told her followers:
Shortly after the miscarriage, Louise announced that she and her fiancé Ryan were expecting again.
In November 2021, she revealed that she had given birth, but labor pains were not easy. Louise suffered from complications and she spent a month in the hospital after giving birth to her baby son.
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Incredible: Shortly after the miscarriage, Louise announced that she and her fiancé Ryan were expecting again, revealing that she had given birth in November 2021, but suffering from complications. After spending a month in the hospital, working was not easy