Did You Know Milind Soman’s Wife Ankita Konwar Is Fighting With Depression?; Here’s What The Star’s Wife Has To Say To Her FansBollywood
Milind Soman married Ankita Konwar a few years ago. now, the wife of the actor-model has opened up about her fight with depression. Read to know more
For many people, the holiday season brings joy and hope, but for others, it can be a time of great anxiety. Recently Milind Soman’s wife Ankita Konwar a fitness enthusiast opened up about her struggle with anxiety and how she deals with days. With her new post, fitness enthusiast Ankita Konwar discusses the same. She also mentioned a few techniques that can help if you ever experience such emotions.
Ankita Konwar took to Instagram and shared a photo of herself from a day when she appeared to be fine but was experiencing a mental storm, and she opened up about her personal struggle. In the picture, she can be seen wearing a yellow quilted jacket and smiling serenely at the camera while holding her juice glass at the breakfast table while flashing a serene smile at the camera. In a lengthy note, she wrote, It’s possible to feel both overwhelmed and meaningless at the same time. But She is not as scared as she used to be. She also mentioned After overcoming a long period of anxiety and depression with all the courage she could muster, she still has small bouts of darkness. Way less intense, shorter, and better than the ‘all-consuming’ days she experienced.
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Ankita went on to say that, while she has grown stronger and more positive about certain things and can see the bright side even in the darkest of times, she still tries to avoid allowing her emotions to consume her. She doesnt hold on to negative thoughts as she used to hold on earlier. It takes a lot of practice to get good at it, but she is getting better at it.
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Ankita also wrote a piece about how to deal with depression. There are a few things that can help – Exercise both your body and your mind. Journaling. caffeine consumption can be reduced. Reducing the amount of alcohol consumed. Avoiding drug and alcohol abuse. Having conversations with friends and family. Take a look at what you’ve accomplished despite the challenges. She also made us remind that your resilience is far stronger than the storm inside your head if you’re having one of those dark days. All of you are in my thoughts and prayers.