Lottie Moss described her time in rehab as “the best thing ever” for her Psychological health.
The model who is the younger sister of Kate MossShe spent time in rehab in February due to her drug abuse struggles.
In a new appearance on Jamie Laing’s private parts Moss said her mother and a close friend encouraged her to go to rehab after months of hiding her depression.
Openly open about her mental health struggles, Moss said she was initially in denial about her depression because she didn’t want people to “pity” her.
“I didn’t realize I was [depression] for a long time. I just thought everyone felt that way… and I thought you kind of got over it,” Moss explained.
Moss said her depression worsened earlier this year.
“I couldn’t get out of bed in the morning. I quit modeling. I was doing some OnlyFans but not really. I didn’t recognize myself.”
Describing how she avoided her emotions at the time, Moss said she surrounded herself with people who “just wanted to [her] there because of [she] He was drinking and having a good time.”
“I’ve always wanted to be the fun person, and then I got to the point where my mom and my best friend came up to me and said, ‘You need rehab because you’re so depressed.
Moss said the time she spent in rehab was “the best thing ever” as each day included two hours of therapy, allowing her to work and talk about the feelings she was suppressing.
On her advice to others who may struggle with their mental health, Moss said: “You have to tell people how you feel.
“I’ve never really talked about my true feelings about things. You have to tell people how you feel, whether it’s your therapist, your parents, or your friends.
“Talking about the things you’ve been through is very important because if you don’t, you can’t heal from it, you can never get over it, it just rots in your mind. Then you start blaming yourself for things. It’s poison.”
If you need someone to talk to, you can call Samaritans Helpline By calling 116123. The helpline is free and open 24 hours a day, every day of the year.
You can also contact Samaritans via email email@example.com. Average response time is 24 hours.