TikTok user Eve Culling’s stories have served as an inspiration to many. If you haven’t come across her profile yet, here’s everything you need to know about her.
Besides all the fun and bizarre aspects associated with TikTok, the platform has played an important role in spreading awareness about various issues.
Recently, a teenage girl was saved by the cops upon doing the TikTok’s hand signal for help. Similarly, Eve’s story might help too.
Who is Eve Culling?
Eve is a 20-year-old TikTok user who has gone viral for being vocal about mental health, addiction and sexual abuse experience.
She has only shared six videos on her profile so far, but each one of them has accumulated a large number of views owing to the strong message it has to convey.
In her first-ever TikTok Eve has shared her journey through recovery while stating that a traumatic experience led to her addictions.
The video includes pictures of Eve detailing the recovery process and show her sober since 2018.
What is the TikTok user’s story?
Only recently Eve shared a TikTok in which she has opened about being sexually assaulted when she was very young.
The TikToker claims she was 13 when she was sexually assaulted by a stranger while she was on a family trip.
Eve said the incident severely affected her mental health and she turned to drugs to deal with it. Her addiction saw her in and out of rehab for years.
At the end of the video, Eve notes that she was able to recover and deal with her trauma by seeking therapy, thus encouraging others struggling with mental health issues to do the same.
People thank the TikToker for spreading awareness
A large number of TikTok users have thanked Eve for her videos as it could help many. Meanwhile, the others have extended their support after listening to her story.
One commented, “There are so many girls and woman that will benefit from hearing this. Trauma isn’t a one trick pony. It can manifest in many different ways.”
Another wrote, “Thank you for sharing. You are giving hope to a lot of women who need someone to relate to. stay cool.”
One user wrote, “I’m sorry all of this happened to you. I’m happy you’ve got 3 years of sobriety! That’s not an easy success!”