UK man goes viral after tweeting ‘I am not ok,’ gets thousands of replies – Thebritishjournal Reports

UK man goes viral after tweeting ‘I am not ok,’ gets thousands of replies

A depressed British man who reached out for support on Twitter Friday received thousands of positive messages from around the world.

“I am not ok,” tweeted Edmund O’Leary, a trustee of a mental health non-profit in Epsom, near London. “Feeling rock bottom. Please take a few seconds to say hello if you see this tweet.”

O’Leary received more than 200,000 likes and more than 70,000 messages of support.

Matt Tait, in Lawrence, Kansas, sent O’Leary a photograph of a sunset that he took at his in-laws’ farm. “Hope it brings a smile to your face, peace to your heart and inspires you to have a good Saturday,” Tait tweeted.

Others sent photographs of flowers and offered tips on how to feel better, including playing with dogs and “hugging your family.”

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Even the Dublin Airport tweeted photos to O’Leary, who describes himself as an aviation enthusiast. “We see you like 747s; here’s one just for you, along with a picture of dawn in Dublin,” the tweet says.

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