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How to pick yourself up

With a global audience of over 2.3 million, Estée Lalonde is an unlikely internet star – a self-confessed introvert, she has been very open about her experiences with anxiety and depression. Here, she shares her One Good Thing for December – the importance of reaching out, talking, and trusting those you love to help you through the difficult times

Not everything is positive in this life (although Instagram would lead you to believe otherwise). Sometimes life gets you down and it’s hard to get back up again. When it comes to tough times, it isn’t always easy to open up to someone and tell them how you’re feeling. That being said, I think it’s the most helpful thing you can do.

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