Julia Morris Opens Up About Dr. Chris Brown & Behavioural Therapy: “It Saved Me”

2017-01-23 02:18:29Z
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The actress, comedian, and presenter has opened up about her stressful career, menopause, and her relationship with ‘I’m a Celebrity’ co-star Dr. Chris Brown.   

Speaking with Women’s Weekly, Julia revealed she turned to CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) after her busy lifestyle became too overwhelming. 

“I was trying to be best mumma, best comedian, best colleague, best everything. It was overload … and a little bit too much of the high-octane life.”

Working on House Husbands, Australia’s Got Talent (in 2013) and I’m A Celeb, as well as raising a family, Julia says the CBT made all the difference. 

“It saved me. It was a very quick turnaround from fury to being so much happier."


Julia also touched on the backlash she received over her “flirtatious” manner towards Dr. Chris Brown. 

“There were comparisons made with the young woman (sports reporter Mel McLaughlin), who was hassled by the pervy cricketer (Chris Gayle). 

"How can you draw a comparison? Dr. Chris doesn’t feel put upon, he’s not scared, I don’t touch him inappropriately and I’m not in his space.

"He is a big, strong, smart man and I feel like I treat him with nothing but respect." 

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here is set to premiere this Sunday, January 29th, marking the start of a very busy time of year for Julia once again! 


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Image: Network Ten  

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