Vox Akuma Opens Up On Struggles After Shortening Recent ASMR Streams

published, 2022-11-18T07:50:00

Updates, 2022-11-18T07:36:58

NIJISANJI star Vox Akuma has opened up about her mental health struggles again after her recent ASMR stream was cut short. VTuber is taking a break, and promises fans that he’ll go back to “a time where watching me felt fun and energetic and comfortable”.

Vox Akuma is NIJISANJI’s biggest English Vtuber, rapidly hitting the 1 million subscriber mark, which has seen the agency explode in popularity in the West. He has used that audience to promote broader messages, such as his behind-the-scenes struggle with mental health.

The Luxiem star came forward with his ADHD and PTSD diagnosis in late October, exposing a very vulnerable side of the often calm and collected streamer. She elaborated a bit about the abuse she’s faced in the past, and how talking about her health helps remove the stigma attached to it for others.

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Vox put on a brave face in the weeks that followed, but shortened the broadcast to a recent ASMR stream on November 15. fans were worried about the star who tweeted “Something wasn’t working about that last scene, I couldn’t figure out what to say and I was having a panic attack” afterwards.

Filled with an outpouring of support, he opened up a bit more about what happened on Nov. 17, and how he’s going to make it easier when he tries to readjust.

I feel much better, I am much rested.” he said on twitter, “The fact of the matter is that what happened on Tuesday was an eye-opener.

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“Being a streamer and a public figure means that if you have a problem one day and things go badly, there’s no way to hide it, especially in a situation like ASMR which was a tight production and I needed to work it in somehow. When I stream again I’ll let you know about the specific aspects of it that didn’t work for me and what freaked me out in that moment.

Although this is the operative indicator: when will he stream again. Woakes had a packed schedule this week but is sidelining it for now and playing by ear to see when he will be back. He’s starting his first round of medication next week, and he wants to avoid the “nightmare” of coming back too early.

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“I’m waking up to the fact that I’m putting too much pressure on myself. I don’t take everything in my life as an excuse to do worse than normal, but it’s starting to have a real effect on me Once I’m on the road to recovery, I’ll be back to streaming in my normal capacity.

He wants to bring his stream back to a place where it’s a comfortable, safe place for people to forget their worries, rather than being bogged down by the intimate details of his health. Once he has the right frame of mind again, only then will he make a proper comeback.

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“When I got into this business I wanted to be a form of escapism for people, but because I’ve been so unable to escape my problems I keep reminding people how stressful and sad real life can be .

“I feel bad for it, and I want to go back to a time where it felt fun and energetic and relaxing to see me, and that starts with me. Before I start doing this again.” I need to get better first. I’m going to play this by ear, see how I feel, and I hope you’re doing well in the meantime.

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