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Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison’s fiance reveals he was suicidal over relationship

Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison’s fiance reveals he was suicidal over relationship

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Ricci Guarnaccio, 32, today tells for the first time how constant rows and trust issues caused him to suffer crippling anxiety and depression.To millions of fans they were living the dream as a TV couple on Geordie Shore, but behind the scenes he was going through hell.Lifting the lid on his romance with the I’m A Celeb winner, 31, Ricci said: “The relationship was so volatile. We were constantly fighting. It was a struggle the whole way through.“I loved her and wanted to spend the rest of my life with her. But for a lot of the time I didn’t know what the situation was between us. I worried I couldn’t trust her, which gave me anxiety. STORMY: Vicky and Ricci had a rocky relationship (Pic: GETTY) Related Articles “Then I started to get bad thoughts... suicidal ones and things like that
'Emergency staff failed my suicidal brother'

'Emergency staff failed my suicidal brother'

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When Joshua Knox-Hooke arrived at his local A&E department by ambulance after cutting his wrists, he was agitated and told staff he wanted to die - despite this, he was allowed to walk out of the hospital. For a month no-one knew where he was, until his body was found in a local reservoir. He had drowned. Stories like his are the starting point for a report which concludes that too many people are failing to get the help they need when they arrive at emergency departments in a mental health crisis. "I know it is a very busy place," says Joshua's brother Jacob, "but I still think if someone was presenting as my brother was, with visible cuts to himself, acting in a slightly agitated manner and also verbally saying he wanted to...
Excess screen time linked with depression, suicidal behaviors in teens

Excess screen time linked with depression, suicidal behaviors in teens

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Nov. 14 (UPI) -- Researchers believe excess screen time may be increasing symptoms of depression, as well as suicide-related behaviors and thoughts, among teens in the United States.Scientists found the link between depression and time spent in front of TVs, tablets and phones was especially strong among teenage girls."These increases in mental health issues among teens are very alarming," Jean Twenge, psychology professor at San Diego State University, said in a news release. "Teens are telling us they are struggling, and we need to take that very seriously."According to data collected by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the suicide rate for females between the ages of 13 and 18 increased 65 percent from 2010 to 2015.Researchers compared the data with a pair of anonymo...
Noel Edmonds left suicidal after corrupt bankers robbed him of £300million

Noel Edmonds left suicidal after corrupt bankers robbed him of £300million

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GETTYDESPAIR: Noel Edmonds was driven to suicide after corrupt bankers stripped his assetsHe claimed their ruthless stripping of assets from his business empire drove him to a suicide attempt.The star was left so depressed by the demands of Halifax Bank of Scotland that he took handfuls of pills and washed them down with a bottle of vodka in 2005.He revealed: “HBOS robbed me of my marriage, my family, my businesses, my long-standing friend and business partner, my income, my investments, my self-respect, my reputation, my privacy, my physical and mental health. It cost me my security, my image rights and collection of classic cars – and very nearly my life.” “Bankers are financial terrorists” Noel EdmondsNoel, 68, has launched a legal bid to reclaim the millions he
Bed found for suicidal girl after judge's criticism

Bed found for suicidal girl after judge's criticism

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A bed has been found for a suicidal girl, a day after a judge criticised a lack of care provision available when she is freed from youth custody.Sir James Munby, said there would be "blood on our hands" if the 17-year-old did not receive adequate supervision.The girl, known as X, is due to be released in 10 days and was without a place at a secure unit.Mike Prentice, NHS North's medical director, said the bed would available ahead of her release date."Following extensive assessments, the NHS has identified a bed for this young woman in a safe and appropriate care setting which will best meet her needs," he said.The girl has tried to kill herself several times. 'Shame and embarrassment'On Thursday, Sir James, the president of Family Division of the High Court, said society should be "asham...