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Stephanie Davis posts harrowing image of her during depression - as she SLAMS people 'glamourising mental health awareness' with inappropriate photos

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Stephanie Davis posts harrowing image of her during depression - as she SLAMS people 'glamourising mental health awareness' with inappropriate photosStephanie Davis has openly struggled with mental health [WireImage] Stephanie Davis has always been open about her struggles with her mental health, often documenting her issues on social media in a bid to help others who may be going through something similar. And as yesterday marked mental health awareness day, Stephanie, 25, took to Instagram to share a photo of herself during a breakdown, alongside some words to help others who may be struggling. Before ...
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