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Gordon Ramsay's daughter Holly admits sobriety can be 'lonely' after marking one year sober

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Gordon Ramsay's daughter Holly opened up to fans on social media about the realities of her sobriety, admitting that despite the mental health benefits it can be "lonely".

Holly, 22, recently celebrated being one year sober, admitting that she chose to take a break from alcohol as it wasn't improving her mental health.Holly has been open about her mental health struggles, as fans asked the influencer questions about that and sobriety during an Instagram Q&A.One follower asked: "How are you doing mentally?

To be honest, I'm struggling."Holly responded: "I'd say I'm in the best place mentally & feeling more myself than I have done in years."(This has taken A LOT of work & doesn't come easy so go easy on yourself)"Sending love to anyone who needs it."Another fan asked the influencer: "How important is it to cut out alcohol when you struggle daily with mental health?"She replied: "This isn't a one size fits all answer..."For me, cutting out alcohol has made me so much more present, I'm able to have more fun & I'm in control."Alcohol + antidepressants don't mix well."I made the decision to put my physical and mental health first."It can be lonely not drinking especially at this age as it's such a big part of our social lives..

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