Tim Hofman is ‘a completely different person’
Tim Hofman (28) finds himself a completely different person as he scrolls through his poetry album Poems of the brother of Rose. “There’s love, joy and sex, but also death and depression. That is not bad, I’m not there gets gone.”
The presenter tells in conversation with AD that he is a depression between the 19th and 21st. “At one point I thought: now I really have to go to the bin, otherwise it is bad with me. I want to agree to my sense, I need to make this fix. That time was sometime in 2010.”
“You can’t do that on the bank to sit and a little to the wall to stare at. I have worked hard for it through relationships, to stop studies, some of them friends no more to see. But also by talking a lot with people around me, and a few times with a psychologist,” says Hofman.
The presenter says that the balance between his relationship with Lize Korpershoek, friendships, and work better. “My box may be such a balance is easy to disrupt. Luckily I’m not afraid to be me rot to feel.”