Health Commando opens up about his depression

05:30  14 september  2017
05:30  14 september  2017 Source:   Now To Love

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He was known as the tough-as-nails trainer on The Biggest Loser. But on Tuesday's The Daily Edition, Steve ' Commando ' Willis showed his vulnerability as he discussed his battle with depression after leaving the army.

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And this is something Steve ‘Commando’ Willis can related to, with the former-team commander of the Australian Special Forces opening up on his own fight with depression upon leaving the army.

“Even to this day I’m dealing with my own issues,” the R U OK ambassador tells News.com.au.

“Life is tough — we all have our own demons and I’m no different to any other human being.”

  Commando opens up about his depression © Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd “Pain and suffering and fear is real, but it’s not unique. You might think that someone has the perfect life, but do they? I deal with the same struggles as anybody else.”

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The 40-year-old father-of-four then went on to explain that joining the army in his late teens meant that he saw “serious stuff” pertaining to “life and death” situations, and that you “become a product of your environment”.

“I struggled as much as anybody over the years with dealing with my own head and certain things in life," he continues.

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He joins the growing number of DJs who are opening up about the affliction. Zimmerman revealed his battle with the affliction on his Tumblr, stating: "like many other human beings, I've been dealing with some depression issues that i don't need to go into detail with.

Seahawks linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis was diagnosed with depression in 2012. He's nervous about the reaction to this story, from fans and teammates, but that doesn’t make him uncomfortable. “It’s not for them,” he said. “It’s for the person who needs it.”.

"A lot of it is fear. I think a lot of guys unfortunately become caught up in it and go within their four walls and won’t allow anyone else in, even their loved ones.”

Sadly, for Commando Steve this certainly hits too closely to home, with 10 of his colleagues having taken their own lives after leaving the army.

“I’m willing to put my hand up and say: ‘life sucks. I don’t know which way is up at the moment — can somebody give me a hand?’”

“None of us have got it made and being around others that can help lift you up a bit can often be the difference between life and death.”

Commando Steve is bringing attention to his own experience with depression as part of his ambassadorship with R U OK? Day, which will takes place today, Thursday, September 14.

If you, or someone you know is going through a tough time and would like to speak to someone about it, call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or visit their website: www.lifeline.org.au.

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