Ask Scarlett Moffatt a question as she turns agony aunt for Mental Health Awareness Week

Scarlett Moffatt is joining the Metro.co.uk team this week – and she’ll be acting as an agony aunt to help you with your problems (Picture: Metro.co.uk)

Scarlett Moffatt is one of the brightest TV stars of her generation, but she’s also undoubtedly one of the kindest, wisest and savviest.

This Thursday, the former Gogglebox star will take over Metro.co.uk‘s Entertainment section as Guest Editor for Mental Health Awareness Week, and part of her role will see her acting as an agony aunt.

If you have any questions about looking after your emotional wellness, please drop Scarlett a line at MHAWTakeover@metro.co.uk*.

Whether you have a query about how to manage bullying online or in real life, how to deal with your confidence, or even how to address difficult situations with loved ones, Scarlett will be there to offer her advice.

Scarlett – who is now a Samaritans ambassador – says: ‘Hi lovelies, looking forward to hearing your questions and trying to help as best I can!

‘A problem shared is often a problem solved.’

Scarlett knows that ‘a problem shared is often a problem solved’ (Picture: Ken McKay/ITV/Rex)

Scarlett can answer five questions from readers, which will be done under the guidance of the Samaritans.

As part of her role with Metro.co.uk for MHAW, Scarlett will be opening up about her own difficult experiences as a teenager and then life after rising to fame on hit Channel 4 series Gogglebox.

She’ll also be in conversation with RuPaul’s Drag Race UK star Cheryl Hole to talk about their issues and how they deal with them.

*Deadline for questions is 10am Tuesday 11 May, 2021. Answers will be given under the guidance of the Samaritans charity.

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Metro.co.uk MHAW Takeover

This year, to mark Mental Health Awareness Week, Metro.co.uk has invited eight well-known mental health advocates to take over our site.

With a brilliant team that includes Alex Beresford, Russell Kane, Frankie Bridge, Anton Ferdinand, Sam Thompson, Scarlett Moffatt, Katie Piper and Joe Tracini, each of our guest editors have worked closely with us to share their own stories, and also educate, support and engage with our readers.

If you need help or advice for any mental health matter, here are just some of the organisations that were vital in helping us put together our MHAW Takeover:

To contact any of the charities mentioned in the Metro.co.uk MHAW Takeover click here


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