I sit down with Shelly Horton from Mamamia TV to discuss my journey with depression, suicide and my book - mum, i wish i was dead.

It was a pleasure to sit down with Shelly Horton, to discuss my book, 'mum, i wish i was dead', for Mamamia TV.

As honest and open as I always aim to be, this is one of the most in depth interviews I have done. We talk about my experiences with suicidal thoughts from the age of 10, my inability to walk, the benefits art had, my experiences with school, medication, pre and post ECT, what allows me to be as well as I am today, and everything in-between.

It has been so fulfilling to know that sharing my story and my book has already had a positive impact on people's lives. Thank you to everyone for having the courage to share and the strength to have meaningful conversations.

You might never be aware of the difference you make, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't try.
You can watch the full interview below: