Megan Barton-Hanson’s anxiety battle during ‘worst week of her life’

Megan Barton Hanson has expressed via social media that the days since her break up with boyfriend Wes Nelson have been anything but easy. 

The social media star has been battling her anxiety since their public split. 

On her Instagram stories, Megan released a statement of hope, after feeling 'housebound.' 

Describing her week, Megan detailed how it was filled with 'endless trolling, negative stories, dealing with publicly breaking up, being papped' and 'having to force a smile when my whole world is crumbling.'

However, Megan said that the messages of support she has received from her followers have given her hope and inspiration. 

'Feels like I can't put a foot right BUT knowing I can help motivate/inspire people even a tiny bit makes me want to continue on in the public eye.'


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She shared screen shots of some of the messages she has received from fans, with one saying: 

'After watching you, you've made me feel more confident about my body (I also have many curves) and about my feelings (I struggle with bouts of anxiety as well). Your personality has pushed me to be up front with my feelings.' 

Megan then shared a video of the custom-made cheese board engraved with her and Wes' names,  saying 'mum got me and Wes a cheese board for Christmas after our cheese and wine night but I didn't even get a chance to use it.'

'At least these cheese tools can come in handy,’ she added, scraping over her ex's name.  


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Megan had been due to appear on Heart FM yesterday, for her first interview since the split, but cancelled. 

Megan finished her poignant post by declaring her determination to not let her anxiety get the better of her. 

'I’m determined to make 2019 a positive happy year,' she finished. 

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