Molly-Mae Hague reveals she's been seeing a therapist after 'struggling' for the last few months
MOLLY-MAE Hague has revealed she's been seeing a therapist and confessed to "struggling" for the last few months.
The 22-year-old opened up in a new YouTube video when she was asked what her future goals are.
Admitting that she's not striving towards anything material after she and boxer Tommy Fury got the keys to their £3.5m mansion, Love Island star Molly said she wants to focus on herself.
She explained: "Recently I did actually get a therapist because I felt like at the time, a few months ago, I really needed it.
"She helped me to understand that it’s good to control my thoughts and that’s something I’ve been working on recently."
Molly confessed that she often feels like she's "burdening" those around her with her problems.
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"I got to a place in my life a few months ago where I was really struggling with things," she said.
"I hate to burden people around me with my problems… Like, I could definitely sit there all day and talk to Tommy about how I’m feeling, but sometimes I feel like I don’t want to put that on them."
She added: "I think that’s why I got to a point where I thought maybe if I get a therapist this would be a good way for me to offload and just talk about how I’m feeling."
In the same video Molly revealed what Tommy, 22, does that annoys her.
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"Him listening to instructions," she said. "I had no care for the cats so he came home to look after them for me because he was away and I was in Paris, but basically he fed the cats wrong.
"He gave them a full meal of treats instead of their food and then said it's because I didn't explain it properly. Something like that I get annoyed at so we had an argument about it.
"It's just general relationship bickering. Then five minutes I'll say 'OK maybe I didn't explain it properly' and he'll say 'OK maybe I didn't listen properly'.
"It's so normal to have arguments in a relationship. I would never come on here and say 'we just don't argue'."
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