Celina Jaitly has the perfect advice for people battling depression.

Celina Jaitly advises those battling depression: ‘Get help, eliminate from your life all those who bring you down’

Bollywood actor Celina Jaitly, who not too long ago made her comeback, opened up about her melancholy and provided recommendation for these battling the situation. She stated melancholy is insidious, and other people could not recognise it, making it much more important to hunt assist.

Celina informed Pinkvilla in an interview, “Getting better from depression is a lifelong commitment. Depression mostly doesn’t show. It lives within, and people don’t recognise it, worrying that it will shatter their very being. The frequent attempt to conceal mental pain increases the burden. Therefore, get help, eliminate from your life all those who bring you down or add to the negativity, exercise (believe me, it helps), don’t be shy to ask for help. The broken will always be able to love harder than most because once you’ve been in the dark, you learn to appreciate everything that shines.”

Revealing how her husband Peter Haag stood by her facet all through, she added, “The true test of all romances and candlelight’s and valentine hearts boils down to times like this when one is down and out. My husband was the Chief Commercial Officer of one of the leading organisations in the world when the depression hit me. I was rendered completely helpless.” Celina had earlier revealed how her husband left his job and moved to a unique place for her when she misplaced her mother and father and one in all her twin sons.

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About engaged on her newest outing, Season’s Greetings: A Tribute to Rituparno Ghosh, she informed the leisure web site, “I remember while I was super excited to play Romita, when it came to my scenes with the wonderful and gorgeous Lillette, exploring a mother-daughter relationship aspect in the story was not easy. Having just lost my mother, it was tough to say the word Ma and not have a breakdown. I cried a lot on the sets. Only Ram knew about it, and he comforted me throughout.”

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