Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee’s wife, Brittany Furlan, has shared a new post on her official Instagram page and made a serious mental health illness announcement.

In the statement, Brittany drew attention to people who are struggling with mental health problems and had to stay at home due to coronavirus. She also showed off her full support to that kind of person by writing this open letter.

Here’s what Brittany Furlan said:

“Every damn day ‘Dying But Fine.’ Mental Health Matters. A lot of people with anxiety disorders feel like they’re dying every day- (I feel the need to explain myself since people think this is a little tone-deaf in light of the current Coronavirus situation).

 Because of the current situation, a lot of people are at heightened anxiety. Anxiety can make you feel things physically even when there is nothing physically wrong with you.

It does feel like the end of the world to a lot of us right now, but people with anxiety have felt this way before there was a pandemic.

This post is merely in support of a girl who is vocal about mental health issues and has created a small meme account that I have grown to love, and she uses Memes to bring light to a dark situation. Nothing more nothing less. Be nice to each other.”

An Instagram user named dayenaerys said:

“Anxiety levels are so high that every day I check my symptoms to see if I have them. Every little sneeze or cough makes my mind go insane with worry. I have health anxiety for 20 yrs now but this is beyond my imagination. I feel like we are in a low budget zombie movie. All the time.”

Another user named alexamrobinson wrote:

“And this whole thing has made my anxiety worse and even close to having psychosomatic symptoms.”

See the Instagram post below.

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Every damn day @dyingbutfine 💕#mentalhealthmatters A lot of people with anxiety disorders feel like they’re dying every day- (I feel the need to explain myself since people think this is a little tone deaf in light of the current Coronavirus situation) Because of the current situation a lot of people are at heightened anxiety. Anxiety can make you feel things physically even when there is nothing physically wrong with you. It does feel like the end of the world to a lot of us right now, but people with anxiety have felt this way before there was a pandemic. This post is merely in support of a girl who is vocal about mental health issues and has created a small meme account that I have grown to love, and she uses Memes to bring light to a dark situation. Nothing more nothing less. Be nice to each other.

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