Steve ‘Commando’ Willis might appear to have a hard exterior, but the ex-army officer showed a softer side when talking with WHO this week. Still keeping up his daily fitness regime, Willis says he makes time in his day to “just breath” and focus on his mental health. After publicly announcing his battle with depression in 2017, Willis told , “Life is

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