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'It's Not Worth It' - Martine McCutcheon 'Doesn't Sweat The Small Stuff Anymore' After Triple Whammy Of Depression, Lyme Disease And ME

Monday 4 June 2018


From Irish newspaper the Independent:


Martine McCutcheon with fan
Martine McCutcheon interacts with fans during
the O2 Silver Clef Awards 2017, with
the support of Nordoff Robbins.
(Ian West/PA)

'It’s not worth it' - Martine McCutcheon 'doesn't sweat the small stuff anymore' after triple whammy of depression, Lyme disease and ME

Bang Showbiz
June 3, 2018

Martine McCutcheon appreciates “the simpler things in life” after years of battling illnesses.

The 42-year-old singer and actress has struggled with depression, Lyme disease, and Myalgic Encephalopathy (ME) - which is also known as chronic fatigue syndrome - and has said that following her lengthy disease battle, she no longer worries too much about her career, as she’s busy focusing on getting the most out of the life.

She said: “After you’ve been through what I’ve been through you learn to appreciate everything. You start to appreciate the simpler things in life … and then the career comes second. I get offers to do TV shows and films, but often they are things that aren’t special enough or it’s something I don’t think I can bring anything to.”


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