Little Mixs Perrie Edwards felt like shed die after being in dark place

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    Little Mix star Perrie Edwards has opened up about her mental health struggles on Instagram.

    On Friday (May 5), Perrie shared a series of stunning snaps as she partnered with charity Better Help for her the launch of her mental health campaign.

    Mum-of-one Perrie, 29, told fans about her own struggles while offering one follower a month's free therapy.

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    The blonde bombshell has also previously shared details about her crippling anxiety and feeling like she "would die" if she was left alone.

    In 2019, she also praised her bandmates for stopping her from quitting her music career after she finding herself in a "dark place".

    Promoting the campaign, the songstress looked sensational in a chic black jumpsuit in an exclusive image shared with MailOnline.

    Going barefoot, she opted for minimal make-up and wore her blonde tresses loose as she accessorised with gold jewellery.

    Taking to Instagram, she wrote: "I've found that opening up about my mental health has really helped me to better understand and take control of my anxiety.

    "Therapy is something that I truly believe everyone can benefit from but sadly it's not always accessible.

    "I'm so excited to announce my partnership with @betterhelp Together, we're on a mission to make therapy accessible and to break the stigma around mental health."

    The star continued: 'This is an opportunity for YOU to give therapy a try by having access to one FREE month of therapy. You'll be matched with a credentialed therapist and at the end of the month you will decide whether you would like to take it further.'

    "We're giving away up to £3,000,000 worth of therapy to help you prioritise your mental health and start your journey towards healing.

    "My heart leapt when I was offered the chance to partner up with @betterhelp to provide people with the opportunity to start their therapy journey and to just encourage people to ask for help'.

    "I know that this is only the first step but I hope that it helps as many of you as possible."

    She concluded: "Join us in spreading the word and making mental health a priority. Go to to get your free month started."

    In 2019, she also opened up to Glamour Magazine and told them: "Weirdly when I first started experiencing the panic attacks, I developed a fear of being on my own. It's a lot better than it was, I kept thinking, 'if I'm on my own and I have a panic attack, what do I do?'

    "It's like battling with yourself – my mum got me dolls to paint and I would sit there shaking when she left the house for two minutes… At first, I was like 'don't leave me on my own, I will literally die'."

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