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Robbie Williams admits ‘I’m only here because I asked for help’ in mental health admission

Robbie Williams has revealed he’s only still alive because he reached out to people and asked them for help in an emotional mental health admission. The 50-year-old made the comments after coming across mental health charity Andy’s Man Club on social media.

The singer felt compelled to reach out to them after becoming inspired by their work and took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to send them a message.

He penned: “Hey guys, I found out about your organisation yesterday. It’s blown me away. I’m only here because I talked. I’m only here because I asked for help and then took it.

“Thankfully the stigma around mental health is coming down but I realise for a lot of men in particular there is still a long way to go. I want to send a big man hug to all that help facilitate this beautiful cause. I’m also sending a few people over *digitally* to offer up and hug and a cuddle. Rest in paradise Andy. RW x.”

The company was quite clearly touched by the superstar’s appreciation for what they do and responded to Robbie’s kind message. They said: “Thank you so much @robbiewilliams for your support. So appreciated.

“An amazing post to your followers on who we are and what we do, we’re in no doubt plenty of people who are in need of support will see this post, 8 years on from losing Andy. Thank you.”

Robbie has been open about his struggles over the years, most recently in his Netflix four-part docu-series.

During the limited series, Robbie and his wife Ayda Field, discussed his publicised addiction to drugs in the late ‘90s and early 2000s.

Remembering the first time she’d seen the Angels singer on drugs, Ayda, 44, explained: “It was my entry into addiction.

“You wouldn’t notice his personality change but all of a sudden he would throw up watching TV.”

Elsewhere, Robbie went on to admit he thought he’d be better off dead when his addiction gradually got worse.

“There was a sense of…it would be better if I passed away, I didn’t care and it would be alright,” he said. He later added: “For me to change I’d need to be dying, die or stop what you’re doing.”

It’s reported that Robbie’s struggles with drugs began around the time he famously left Take That in 1995 after he attended Glastonbury Festival with Noel and Liam Gallagher.

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