ITV Coronation Street's Sue Cleaver shares struggles in career announcement away from the Cobbles

Sue Cleaver's first book is set to be published
Sue Cleaver's first book is set to be published -Credit:Instagram/@officialsuecleaver

Coronation Street's Sue Cleaver has revealed her first book is set to be published.

The soap star is renowned for her role as Eileen Grimshaw on the Cobbles. Sue regularly keeps fans updated with her life away from the Cobbles on Instagram.

She has taken to the social media platform to reveal a new career venture A Work In Progress is available to pre-order now. Sue said it will tackle issues on overthinking and losing faith in yourself.

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She said: "It's about my journey about my struggles with all of those things, especially overthinking and worrying and panicking about things. I just wanted to get on here and share it with you."

Sue has previously trained to be a psychotherapist and the book will tap into her training as the post captioned: "Are you a chronic overthinker, do you have anxiety, or suffer from self-doubt? Sue Cleaver has been there, done that, and is still learning from it. In A Work in Progress, Cleaver shares her experiences and life stories, reflects on how they made her feel and what she learned, and offers advice and wisdom for others who find themselves in similar situations.

"Training as a therapist was only the start of her journey of self-discovery and at sixty she feels more empowered to live life to the full than ever before. I’ve spent a lifetime feeling that I’m not enough or I don’t belong. It’s only now that I’m beginning to find my voice. I’m also aware that there is plenty for me to learn. I’m still a work in progress, but for the first time in my life, I have reached a point where I’m no longer hiding, and that feels good.’

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