Kristian Walsh- This ECHO sports writer revealed many things about his issues of depression, overweight etc and how he came out of those sucessfully

Kristian Walsh- This ECHO sports writer revealed many things about his issues of depression, overweight etc and how he came out of those sucessfully
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It is really superb to see people coming out of depression to lead normal lives. One such is this sports journalist Kristian Walsh who is inspirational to many around him now. It must be noted that he is well known Echo sports writer who has won the hearts of many readers with his awesome writings.

It is now said that he was different outside and often gave impression to many that he was cheerful person who does his routine well and was very happy in his life. Not many knew that Kristian Walsh had depression issue inside him.

It is sad to hear that he was suffering from anxiety and depression. It must be noted that whenever he left his house for his job he would be totally different. According to Kristian Walsh talking to others around him regarding his mental health was a sign of weakness.

It is now revealed by him that he was not the only one to have this depression as he found that with assistance of Mental Health charity. It is worthy to note that exercises are responsible for the release of endorphins and that would help people be happy in this world.

His overweight was huge issue as he weighed 22 stones. He later went to gym, worked rigorously and reduced his weight. As a result of reduced weight he became more confident now and even took part in 10,000 km race in September 2016.

It is fantastic to note that currently Kristian Walsh weighs below 13 stones and feels running has given him a new life now. Superb Kristian Walshl!


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