Molly Mae Hague opens up about struggle with anxiety as she plans to delete social media 9 months ago

Molly Mae Hague opens up about struggle with anxiety as she plans to delete social media

"I've been dealing with emotions that I've never experienced before... It just seems to be getting worse and worse everyday."

Molly-Mae Hague has opened up about her recent struggle with anxiety, confessing that she has been going through "the hardest period" of her entire life.

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The influencer has been spending less time on social media recently and now plans to delete Twitter, calling the social network "the most toxic and horrendous platform".

In a YouTube video where she shared a make-up tutorial with fans, she said she "never, ever felt better for it" after deciding to stay away from social media.

"Ever since entering this new life that I've got now and in the past couple of years, and everything that's changed, I just think Twitter is the most toxic and horrendous platform, like, ever.

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"I think maybe in a few days I might just delete my whole account which is so sad because I do love it. But it just doesn't do anything for me."

The 22-year-old then opened up about how she has been really struggling with mental health recently.

"Right now, I've been going through the hardest period of my entire life. I've been dealing with emotions that I've never experienced before. I've been having a massive battle with anxiety...

"It just seems to be getting worse and worse everyday at the moment. It's not something I've ever really dealt with before."

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In October, burglars stole round £800k (€948k) in jewellery and other valuables from her and her partner Tommy Fury's home in Manchester.

At the time, she said it had left her terrified and admitted comments online made her feel like the incident was her own fault.

"It was without a doubt the worst thing that’s ever happened to me, to us, I’d probably say. It was just awful, horrendous, terrible. So we have been dealing with a lot. Our apartment was robbed, ransacked, emptied. You name it.

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"I never thought if I was to be robbed that I would feel guilty for being robbed. But I think seeing a lot of things on social media and seeing a lot of people’s opinions about why we were robbed...

"I started to feel like, god, was this my fault? Do I share too much? Did I do the wrong thing?"