the Jodie Sweetin OK ra?
the Full house and Full House Alum opened up about his ongoing mental health in a new podcast interview this week, revealing in the chat that he has actually lost nearly 40 pounds in the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Open about his life during COVID’s Allison Interviews podcast, the 39-year-old former child star shared some shocking comments about losing weight and being a “stress starver.”
The Los Angeles-born TV star admitted that quarantines and lockups made her feel like she was “out of control,” and added about her life experience throughout the trial (below):
“I’m not a fully functional person. I lost like 37 pounds at the time [quarantine], because I’m a stress starver, and not in a good way. I just stopped eating. I can’t stop eating. I have severe anxiety and depression though, so it has never done any favor to my mental health. It was very difficult for me, and for me it was an uncontrollable time. ”
Aw! That’s confusing.
Especially for you Sweetin, previously clean from drugs and alcohol back in 2008 after more than a decade of addiction.
Of course, he wasn’t the first star open how hard life is in this terrible and uncertain global pandemic.
Despite her personal pandemic hardship, the once and future Stephanie Tanner is still grateful that she was able to speak at home with her family full-time and remain safe and secure:
“I can only imagine, as a semi-smooth sailing for us, what other people have been through. I think the collective trauma and pain has really affected us, and has really affected the mental health of everyone in ways that haven’t we have yet to see.I can’t imagine how it has affected people working on the front lines.People who are nurses, people who have lost family members because of COVID.I was devastated and I did well but I fear for my children and the world and all of it.
Still, we felt Jodie as far as his own health, also. He’s right to recognize that there are people who are worse, but that doesn’t mean his experiences aren’t valid and worth it!
We just hope he gets the emotional support and help he needs as life goes on in this seemingly never -ending pandemic.
All our love is sent!
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