Nagore Robles He has grown lately with his number of followers, since he already has 1.1 million people who follow in his footsteps and, although he is happy, with his exercise routines and his pet, he also has his gray days.
On his Instagram he posted an image with a description to raise awareness. In it he appears with teary eyes and had no shame in sharing it.
The collaborator Commemorating, perhaps unconsciously, World Mental Health Day, since it is not common for users to be shown crying in photographs, where they always come out happy.
But crying and sadness are also pieces of life, like laughter and happiness, and it is the message that he wanted to give with that publication, where it is seen very vulnerable.
The reason why this snapshot was uploaded was because of his struggle to normalize that depression, anguish, melancholy and “bad” feelings are part of people’s daily lives.
This is also me, I wanted to show that tears are as necessary as laughter, and in the networks too.
A great initiative of Sandra Barneda’s girlfriend, who said that sometimes he needs to vent and let go of what is wrong to leave it “in the background”. Thus he manages to keep the “beautiful things of the present” and memories stored in his heart.
I cry hard, I hug myself like a little girl, going back to those moments full of love.