Christine McGuinness says she has ‘days when she just wants to disappear’ and tries to understand her recent autism ‘spiral’ after revealing the real reason she still lives with Paddy

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Christine McGuinness has admitted there are “days” when she wants to disappear as she tries to make sense of her recent “spiral.”

The 35-year-old model sparked concern among her fans after opening up about the challenges she faces as a person living with autism.

She posted a black-and-white photo on Instagram, using a spiral photo to explain the stages of an “autism meltdown” to her 726,000 followers.

Christine, who split from estranged husband Paddy McGuinness in 2022, posted something along the lines of “I might delete it later” (scary emoji).

“As an autistic person, this goes against what I want to share because I like to show perfection, but this is part of being a real autistic (thankfully my… moment). Exhale emoji.

Christine McGuinness admits there are 'days I want to disappear' as she tries to make sense of her recent 'spiral'

Christine McGuinness admits there are ‘days I want to disappear’ as she tries to make sense of her recent ‘spiral’

The 35-year-old model sparked concern among fans after opening up about the challenges she faces living with autism.

The 35-year-old model sparked concern among fans after opening up about the challenges she faces living with autism.

“Music in the car helps me block out the noise in my head. Music is medicine for me,” she continued.

“And understanding spirals is really helpful. I hope the visual representation helps others as well.”

“(Everyone is different and may feel differently, but for me this is very accurate) Be kind to yourself, remember that it will pass, it will always pass.

“P.S., I’m totally fine, I don’t want to worry anyone.” And my feeling of “I don’t want to live anymore” is more like “I just want to disappear for a while.”

Christine ended her caption on a more positive note, teasing that she was going to share “exciting news.”

However, her heartfelt and honest post caused fans to flood the comment section with supportive comments.

One person wrote: It’s part of our real-life experience, but that’s okay. we have enough. You are giving great children a great example of self-care. ”

‘Big hug. ‘

Posting photos and clips on Instagram, she explained to her 726,000 followers the stages of an

Posting photos and clips on Instagram, she explained to her 726,000 followers the stages of an “autism meltdown” using a spiral photo.

However, her heartfelt and honest post caused fans to flood the comment section with supportive comments.

However, her heartfelt and honest post caused fans to flood the comment section with supportive comments.

“I hope you’re okay. Please seek help and support if you need it.”

“Stay true to your beautiful true self. X’

“I’m glad you shared your thoughts in this post. I hope you feel better soon, Christine.”

This comes after she revealed the real reason she is still living with her estranged husband Paddy two years after they separated.

Christine revealed that she agreed to the unconventional living arrangement because she “didn’t want the children to be affected” by the separation.

Christine said the couple are parents to 10-year-old twins Leo and Penelope, and 7-year-old Felicity, who all have autism. great magazine of the sun That their children “always come first.”

She said they have remained at the center of every decision they make since their 11-year marriage broke down in the summer of 2022.

Christine revealed that Paddy’s busy diary meant he was often away from home, and said she wanted to keep their children’s lives as normal as possible.

Christine McGuinness has revealed why she still lives with her estranged husband Paddy, nearly two years after they split.

Christine McGuinness has revealed why she still lives with her estranged husband Paddy, nearly two years after they split.

The model revealed that she agreed to the unconventional living arrangements because she

The model revealed that she agreed to the unconventional living arrangements because she “didn’t want to affect her children” by separating.

The couple are parents to 10-year-old twins Leo and Penelope, who have autism, and Felicity, 7, and Christine said their children

The couple are parents to 10-year-old twins Leo and Penelope, who have autism, and Felicity, 7, and Christine said their children “always came first.”

She said, “Just like when I was his wife, when he goes to work, I’m there to support the kids. That’s the way it is.”

“When he gets back, we’ll do a little bit of work then. It won’t affect the kids because they’re not moving anywhere.”

She explained that having the kids in the house in the same bed means nothing changes for them.

Asked if she was thinking of dating again after their split, Christine admitted that she “doesn’t really feel single yet” as she still lives with Paddy.

She added that she currently “doesn’t feel like anything is missing from my life” and there is “nothing to be excited about” when it comes to dating.

Christine previously had a close friendship with soccer player Chelsea Grimes, and the pair were even photographed kissing in December 2022. The two have since unfollowed each other on social media.

Revealing her plans for Valentine’s Day, she said she plans to work all day before returning home to her children.

She added, “I don’t want to be involved in something that I’m not really there for, so I’m willing to put love on the back burner.”

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