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Sam Frost has been a victim of internet abuse herself, and now she is assisting others.

The 32-year-old Home and Away actress spoke about her mental health initiative, Believe by Sam Frost, in an interview with The Daily Telegraph on Thursday.

Sam and her sister, Kristine, who works as a youth mentor, founded the initiative in 2015.

Giving back: She’s been the target of online bullying herself, and now Sam Frost is helping others. In an interview with The Daily Telegraph on Thursday, the 32-year-old Home and Away actress spoke about her mental health initiative, Believe by Sam Frost

They’ve put together a series of youth courses to assist them deal with bullying, anxiety, and social media pressures, and they’re considering conducting adult sessions as well.

‘I feel that the work I’m doing with Believe is my calling.’ ‘I adore my position on Home and Away, and it provides me with such a fantastic platform to spread my message,’ she said.

Sam stated that she ‘never envisioned’ taking on such a project, but that she is ‘very proud’ and ‘grateful’ for what she has accomplished thus far.

Teaming up: Sam started the movement back in 2015 with her sister, Kristine (right), who works as a youth mentor

She added that the Believe community has also aided her in getting through some difficult moments.

‘Whenever I’m feeling down and out, or the weight of the world feels heavy, I get messages from our community saying how much we’ve changed their life and how they’ve never been more positive,’ she said.

The former Bachelorette added: ‘It reminds me to listen to my own advice.’

‘I feel like my purpose is the work I’m doing with Believe. I love my job on Home and Away and it gives me this great platform to help get my message out,’ she said

Sam has previously spoken about her struggles with poor self-esteem as a kid, sharing a moving Instagram post from back in January with a snapshot of herself when she was younger.

‘I’d tell younger myself… if I could go back in time…’ ‘I know it doesn’t feel like it right now, but YOU WILL BE OK,’ she said in an emotional post.

‘You are going to have the most beautiful life. Your pain will go away, I promise. And future you, will be SO PROUD that you never gave up… you somehow found strength. You found the light. More importantly you found yourself.’

Reflecting on the past: Sam has previously spoken about battling low self-esteem as a teen, sharing a photo of herself when she was younger in a heartfelt Instagram post back in January

Sam admitted that her initial reaction to her sister’s throwback snapshot was, “SO nasty!” I have a horrible appearance!!! What a downer of a time in my life.’

‘Then I came to a halt…’ For a long time, I stared at the photo… at my own face. My vision. And I couldn’t stop crying. ‘I recall how depressing this time in my life was,’ she concluded.

‘For a long period, I was EXTREMELY depressed. My life had been littered with really severe obstacles… I couldn’t take it anymore, and I didn’t think my life was worth living. ‘However, I managed to get through it.’

‘Whenever I’m feeling down and out, or the weight of the world feels heavy, I get messages from our community saying how much we’ve changed their life and how they’ve never been more positive. It reminds me to listen to my own advice,’ she said

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Sam Frost has been a victim of internet abuse herself, and now she is assisting others.

The 32-year-old Home and Away actress spoke about her mental health initiative, Believe by Sam Frost, in an interview with The Daily Telegraph on Thursday.

Sam and her sister, Kristine, who works as a youth mentor, founded the initiative in 2015.

Giving back: She’s been the target of online bullying herself, and now Sam Frost is helping others. In an interview with The Daily Telegraph on Thursday, the 32-year-old Home and Away actress spoke about her mental health initiative, Believe by Sam Frost

They’ve put together a series of youth courses to assist them deal with bullying, anxiety, and social media pressures, and they’re considering conducting adult sessions as well.

‘I feel that the work I’m doing with Believe is my calling.’ ‘I adore my position on Home and Away, and it provides me with such a fantastic platform to spread my message,’ she said.

Sam stated that she ‘never envisioned’ taking on such a project, but that she is ‘very proud’ and ‘grateful’ for what she has accomplished thus far.

Teaming up: Sam started the movement back in 2015 with her sister, Kristine (right), who works as a youth mentor

She added that the Believe community has also aided her in getting through some difficult moments.

‘Whenever I’m feeling down and out, or the weight of the world feels heavy, I get messages from our community saying how much we’ve changed their life and how they’ve never been more positive,’ she said.

The former Bachelorette added: ‘It reminds me to listen to my own advice.’

‘I feel like my purpose is the work I’m doing with Believe. I love my job on Home and Away and it gives me this great platform to help get my message out,’ she said

Sam has previously spoken about her struggles with poor self-esteem as a kid, sharing a moving Instagram post from back in January with a snapshot of herself when she was younger.

‘I’d tell younger myself… if I could go back in time…’ ‘I know it doesn’t feel like it right now, but YOU WILL BE OK,’ she said in an emotional post.

‘You are going to have the most beautiful life. Your pain will go away, I promise. And future you, will be SO PROUD that you never gave up… you somehow found strength. You found the light. More importantly you found yourself.’

Reflecting on the past: Sam has previously spoken about battling low self-esteem as a teen, sharing a photo of herself when she was younger in a heartfelt Instagram post back in January

Sam admitted that her initial reaction to her sister’s throwback snapshot was, “SO nasty!” I have a horrible appearance!!! What a downer of a time in my life.’

‘Then I came to a halt…’ For a long time, I stared at the photo… at my own face. My vision. And I couldn’t stop crying. ‘I recall how depressing this time in my life was,’ she concluded.

‘For a long period, I was EXTREMELY depressed. My life had been littered with really severe obstacles… I couldn’t take it anymore, and I didn’t think my life was worth living. ‘However, I managed to get through it.’

‘Whenever I’m feeling down and out, or the weight of the world feels heavy, I get messages from our community saying how much we’ve changed their life and how they’ve never been more positive. It reminds me to listen to my own advice,’ she said

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Sam Frost has been a victim of internet abuse herself, and now she is assisting others.

The 32-year-old Home and Away actress spoke about her mental health initiative, Believe by Sam Frost, in an interview with The Daily Telegraph on Thursday.

Sam and her sister, Kristine, who works as a youth mentor, founded the initiative in 2015.

Giving back: She’s been the target of online bullying herself, and now Sam Frost is helping others. In an interview with The Daily Telegraph on Thursday, the 32-year-old Home and Away actress spoke about her mental health initiative, Believe by Sam Frost

They’ve put together a series of youth courses to assist them deal with bullying, anxiety, and social media pressures, and they’re considering conducting adult sessions as well.

‘I feel that the work I’m doing with Believe is my calling.’ ‘I adore my position on Home and Away, and it provides me with such a fantastic platform to spread my message,’ she said.

Sam stated that she ‘never envisioned’ taking on such a project, but that she is ‘very proud’ and ‘grateful’ for what she has accomplished thus far.

Teaming up: Sam started the movement back in 2015 with her sister, Kristine (right), who works as a youth mentor

She added that the Believe community has also aided her in getting through some difficult moments.

‘Whenever I’m feeling down and out, or the weight of the world feels heavy, I get messages from our community saying how much we’ve changed their life and how they’ve never been more positive,’ she said.

The former Bachelorette added: ‘It reminds me to listen to my own advice.’

‘I feel like my purpose is the work I’m doing with Believe. I love my job on Home and Away and it gives me this great platform to help get my message out,’ she said

Sam has previously spoken about her struggles with poor self-esteem as a kid, sharing a moving Instagram post from back in January with a snapshot of herself when she was younger.

‘I’d tell younger myself… if I could go back in time…’ ‘I know it doesn’t feel like it right now, but YOU WILL BE OK,’ she said in an emotional post.

‘You are going to have the most beautiful life. Your pain will go away, I promise. And future you, will be SO PROUD that you never gave up… you somehow found strength. You found the light. More importantly you found yourself.’

Reflecting on the past: Sam has previously spoken about battling low self-esteem as a teen, sharing a photo of herself when she was younger in a heartfelt Instagram post back in January

Sam admitted that her initial reaction to her sister’s throwback snapshot was, “SO nasty!” I have a horrible appearance!!! What a downer of a time in my life.’

‘Then I came to a halt…’ For a long time, I stared at the photo… at my own face. My vision. And I couldn’t stop crying. ‘I recall how depressing this time in my life was,’ she concluded.

‘For a long period, I was EXTREMELY depressed. My life had been littered with really severe obstacles… I couldn’t take it anymore, and I didn’t think my life was worth living. ‘However, I managed to get through it.’

‘Whenever I’m feeling down and out, or the weight of the world feels heavy, I get messages from our community saying how much we’ve changed their life and how they’ve never been more positive. It reminds me to listen to my own advice,’ she said

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