'I've never felt so good': Kerry Katona starts therapy with transformational coach

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Kerry Katona embarks on a therapy journey with a transformational coach after her anxiety was 'triggered' credit:Bang Showbiz
Kerry Katona embarks on a therapy journey with a transformational coach after her anxiety was 'triggered' credit:Bang Showbiz

Kerry Katona has started therapy after her anxiety was "triggered".

The former Atomic Kitten star - who has ADHD and has openly shared her battles with her mental health over the years, including feeling suicidal after going bankrupt - has revealed she's been working with a transformational coach, and he's so good, she joked she wants him to move in with her.

Writing in her new! magazine column, Kerry - who is engaged to fitness coach - Ryan Mahoney - said: "I feel like I've lost myself a little bit recently.

"My anxiety has been triggered, so I wanted to reach out to someone."

Kerry, 41, had stopped following her self-care routine, but her coach is helping her get back on track.

She said: "When I was living down south, I was journalling, doing meditation and yoga.

"But since I've moved up north, I've stopped and I don't know why.

"My friend Joanna Scott-Aspray runs The Cheshire Club and has introduced me to this guy called Marcus Matthews.

"I had a chat with him this week for two hours and I've never felt so good after speaking to someone."

So far, she's had a two-hour session, during which, he suggested using "different words" in conversation.

Overall, Kerry wants to see herself settle back into a routine and "make better" life choices.

The mother-of-five - who has Molly, 20, Lilly-Sue, 19, Heidi, 15, Max, 14, and eight-year-old Dylan-Jorge from previous relationships - went on: "I've started therapy - I believe that everyone should experience therapy at some point.

"Marcus has given me some advice, which includes trying to use different words when I speak to people.

"He was absolutely brilliant.

"I want this guy to move in with me!

"Marcus is going to help me get myself back into a routine and make better choices in life."