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Catherine Tyldesley bursts into tears as she admits lockdown left her in a ‘dark place’

Catherine Tyldesley bursts into tears as she admits her mother was locked in a ‘dark place’ because her mother was rushed to intensive care

Catherine Tyldesley uploaded a candid image of herself in tears to Instagram on Sunday.

In support of Mental Health Awareness Month, the former Coronation Street star, 36, shared some of her own struggles when she admitted that the current coronavirus blocking has left her in a “ dark place. ”

The actress confessed to “ crying all the time ” when her mother was sent to ICU for emergency surgery – an ordeal that left her “ unable to raise her five-year-old son Alfie, who she shares with her photographer husband Tom Pitfield. ”

Overwhelmed: Catherine Tyldesley uploaded a candid image of herself in tears to Instagram on Sunday

Overwhelmed: Catherine Tyldesley uploaded a candid image of herself in tears to Instagram on Sunday

“Lockdown has evoked a lot of emotions for many people,” the media personality wrote.

About the challenges she recently faced, the soap star explained, “Some days were incredibly difficult. Dark. Unworkable.

‘When my mother was in intensive care, I could barely function. It seemed as if I could only cry. I couldn’t get older. My inner child yearned for my mother’s touch …

So I felt ashamed / mother to blame for not being able to ‘mother’ my own son. I’m lucky – I have a brilliant, practical husband who has supported us the most. Some people don’t have anyone. I can’t imagine that.

“Along with a huge change in my hormonal balance – last month was nothing short of horrible.”

Candid: The ex-Coronation Street star, 36, admitted that the current blockage of the coronavirus left her in a `` dark place '' after her mom was hospitalized (pictured earlier this month)

Candid: The ex-star of Coronation Street, 36, admitted that the current blockage of the coronavirus left her in a `` dark place '' after her mother's hospitalization (hand in hand earlier this month)

Candid: The ex-Coronation Street star, 36, admitted that the current blockage of the coronavirus left her in a “ dark place ” after her mom was hospitalized (pictured earlier this month)

'I felt guilty / mother guilty': the actress confessed to 'crying all the time' when her mother was sent to intensive care, an ordeal that left her son Alfie, five

'I felt guilty / mother guilty': the actress confessed to 'crying all the time' when her mother was sent to intensive care, an ordeal that left her son Alfie, five

‘I felt guilty / mother guilty’: the actress confessed to ‘crying all the time’ when her mother was sent to intensive care, an ordeal that left her son Alfie, five

Drop by: The Thespian encouraged her social media followers to join her to share their experiences of mental health in an upcoming Instagram Live

Drop by: The Thespian encouraged her social media followers to join her to share their experiences of mental health in an upcoming Instagram Live

Drop by: The Thespian encouraged her social media followers to join her to share their experiences of mental health in an upcoming Instagram Live

The Thespian encouraged her social media followers to share their experiences of mental health issues with her in an Instagram Live with aesthetic physician Jonquille Chantrey.

The TV sar ended her post, “It’s extremely important to me that we all #TALK. We have to help each other. That’s why I join the most beautiful panel TO DO TODAY at 1pm to do just that … talk.

“We’re going live on @drjonquillechantrey at 1pm. We will talk about many aspects of mental health, especially those problems that lead in lockdown: #Stress #Anxiety #Depression #Parenthood #MumGuilt #HealthAnxiety #bodyissues #Issues with food / drink.

Worry: It is thought that the disease is not coronavirus-related, although Catherine's mother (photo in 2013) and father are said to have both had the disease

Worry: It is thought that the disease is not coronavirus-related, although Catherine's mother (photo in 2013) and father are said to have both had the disease

Worry: It is thought that the disease is not coronavirus-related, although Catherine’s mother (photo in 2013) and father are said to have both had the disease

“We have the most incredible team today that share their thoughts and feelings. We answer your questions. Let’s all support each other guys. Please keep taking. If you are free, join us today at 1pm ❤️❤️❤️ #mentalhealthawwarenmonth ‘. [sic]

Earlier this month, Catherine revealed that her beloved mother was rushed to the hospital to have emergency surgery.

The mother of one took to Instagram to praise the NHS for their ’round the clock care’ during a ‘horrifying’ week.

The disease is not thought to be coronavirus-related, although Catherine’s mother and father are said to have both had the disease.

The news comes after Catherine reveals that her grandfather is fighting for his life in the hospital because she also contracted COVID-19.

However, her concerns have eased as she revealed that Janet is now home from the hospital and recovering.

For information or support with mental health problems, visit mind.org.uk or call 0300 123 3393.

Sick: Catherine said she's convinced her husband Tom Pitfield and son Alfie took it on a flight last November

Sick: Catherine said she's convinced her husband Tom Pitfield and son Alfie took it on a flight last November

Sick: Catherine said she’s convinced her husband Tom Pitfield and son Alfie took it on a flight last November

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