Jade Roberts, 27, suffered from anxiety, but her family said they were unaware of the true magnitude of what she was going through.
The woman’s cousin, Karl Thomas, 33, said she sent him a video of herself playing with her children shortly before committing suicide.
Jade, from Knotty Ash, Liverpool, left a letter with loved ones ahead of her tragic death in April, reports the Liverpool Echo.
Her family paid tribute to her and described her as “an amazing mom” to her two sons – aged one and two.
Karl told ECHO: “She had everyone around her in the world, but it just shows you that you can be around people and still feel lonely.
“It’s so important that people talk about how they feel instead of bottling things up.
“There have to be more platforms for people to do this, I think, now more than ever.
“People have always suffered but I think now it comes from all angles and we hear more and more. “
Hours before her death, Karl said Jade sent him a video of herself playing with her children in the garden.
He said, “You couldn’t see her because the camera was on the kids but she laughed in the video.
“She was an incredible mom. Every minute of the day was devoted to his children.
“They are very happy and loving children and that says a lot about who she was because children are a blank canvas at the end of the day. “
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Karl said: “She really had the biggest heart of gold. She would do anything for anyone.
“She was always more worried about other people and tried to sort out other people’s problems.
“Maybe it was just knowing how they felt and she didn’t want people to feel that way. “
A GoFundMe page created by Jade’s friend Madina Wady to raise funds for her two sons has raised more than £ 7,200 so far.
Karl said the family had been “blown away” by the support they had received since Jade’s death.
A post on the fundraising page reads: “As we all know mental health is becoming more and more common in everyday life, there is nothing to be ashamed of. affects most of us on a daily basis.
“This page is about raising funds for a beautiful soul who fought so hard with their own pain and sanity until they could no longer take it.
“Her beautiful boys are two little pieces of Jade that everyone will cherish and cherish but unfortunately they no longer have their beautiful mother.
“Whatever funds are raised for the boys, it can be put aside for them or go to little treats and outings to put a smile on their little faces.
“And for anyone who suffers, don’t suffer in silence – don’t let Jade’s passing be in vain. “
To donate to the fundraiser, click here
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