Great British Bake Off star Candice Brown details mental health issues
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Candice Brown explained how her ADHD diagnosis affected her mental health.
Great British Bake Off star Candice was diagnosed with the disease, which affects people’s behavior, in January 2020, admitting that her mental health has “taken a huge plunge” over the next 20 months.
“It’s so much worse now. My mental health has dropped dramatically over the past two years, ”the 36-year-old said on Vicky Pattison’s The Secret To podcast.
Candice has revealed that many of those close to her have even confessed to her that they have a hard time being with her.
She added: “People are sort of saying right now, ‘We know you’re bad enough because we have a hard time being with you.’
“One of the things with me and ADHD and anxiety, and when they fight – and they fight against each other. It’s a whole minefield, but I’m working on it.
This isn’t the first time the Great British Bake Off star has spoken about her mental health.
In July, she admitted that she wasted “years of being ashamed” of her condition. “I have spent so many years being ashamed of this sanity,” she said during an appearance on Loose Women.
“I suffered a trauma that led to depression and PTSD. It took me so long to realize that it wasn’t my fault, it was something that was wrong at all. “
Her diagnoses came just months before she announced her separation from her two-year husband, Liam Macauley, whom she married in September 2018 in a lavish white wedding at the Chateau de Varennes in Burgundy.
The pro baker, who reigned victorious over the 2016 Bake Off series, confirmed their marriage ended in a July 2020 statement, saying at the time: “Liam and I broke up earlier this year. is a very sad time for both of us.
Speaking after reports of their separation surfaced, Liam told MailOnline: “There was no one else involved. Unfortunately, we just decided it wasn’t working.