15 October 2009, 16:04
TV’s best loved presenter Lorraine Kelly is fronting yet another brand new STV series. Make Me Happier will see Lorraine and Angus Purden introduce us to a group of Scots who are living with emotional health issues and follow their journey as they take the first steps towards improving their lives.
The GMTV host has previously presented various STV programmes such as DNA Stories and more recently the Made in Scotland series, where she revealed her beloved Dundee’s story of inventions and discovery.
Lorraine believes that the six-part series can “help people to help themselves to eventually be happier” and points out that there are lots of things that people can do to take care of themselves and help themselves feel better. The Scottish presenter and mother of one advises: “Make sure you eat a healthy diet and exercise is fantastic as well. A short walk maybe once or twice a week will make all the difference and you will soon feel much better”.
Make Me Happier will also feature a team of experts ranging from therapists to nutritionists and personal trainers who will guide and offer practical techniques to the six people whose case studies are followed during the programmes in order to help them improve their emotional health.
These programmes are all about finding ways to help yourself as well as knowing when to get help from outside.
Watch an exclusive interview with Lorraine here.
Last updated: 29 October 2009, 17:14