After her confrontation with Shanae Ankney aired on The Bachelor, Elizabeth Corrigan took to TikTok to indicate folks how psychological sicknesses ought to be dealt with.

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Elizabeth Corrigan is providing some tips about methods to reply when somebody discloses a psychological sickness.

The Bachelor contestant shared a five-step information together with her TikTok followers on Tuesday, Jan. 11, captioning the clip, "It is okay to not be okay." Within the video, she stated that after an individual shares a psychological well being battle, folks ought to "acknowledge what they shared, "thank them for his or her vulnerability," "perceive that you don't perceive," "by no means weaponize it" and "be a very good particular person."

Elizabeth's TikTok got here after Monday night's episode, when Shanae Ankney advised Bachelor Clayton Echard that Elizabeth was "two-faced." Shanae got here to this conclusion after speaking to her new buddy Elizabeth and feeling like she was ignoring her. 

Naturally, Clayton requested Elizabeth if this was true, which prompted one more dialogue between the 2 girls. It was at that time that Elizabeth defined she has ADHD and may't at all times focus, saying, "It is actually arduous for me to have a number of auditory inputs as a result of I can not course of the knowledge."

The dialog ended with an ungainly hug however it quickly grew to become clear that Elizabeth and Shanae weren't going to be associates, as Shanae went on to accuse Elizabeth of utilizing her ADHD as an excuse to mistreat folks. As she put it, "ADHD, my ass." 

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This conduct did not sit effectively with the opposite girls within the group, who got here to Elizabeth's protection. The consensus was that Shanae should not inform everybody one thing that Elizabeth confided in her. 

Even Cassidy stated, "As a lot as Shanae has been my buddy via this, she was appearing like such a jerk."

If solely Elizabeth had shared her TikTok earlier than occurring The Bachelor, perhaps this entire scenario would not have turned out this fashion!

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