I was flown all the way to New York by the American programme ABC News to be interviewed on their flagship show 20/20. You can read the full article by clicking here or click on the image below to watch the full video.
An 18-year-old girl from the Midlands also got in touch to say that seeing my story on ITV's This Morning changed her life. She said that having never heard of BDD before, she has since been diagnosed with the condition and is now on the road to recovery, adding:
'If it wasn't for Danny I think I would still be in the same state I used to be, if not worse. He still inspires me every day and I can't thank him enough.'
Fixers CEO Margo Horsley and I were invited to speak on Sky News about the benefits of being a Fixer, and how my campaign has helped me.
I showed my support for Fixers by encouraging others to vote for them as the UK's 'Best Charity' in the National Lottery Awards - and had my story featured in the Hartlepool Mail, Northumberland Gazette and the Evening Chronicle.
Also during this month, I wrote a blog entry for the Huffington Post about government support for mental health services.
Since working with Fixers, my campaign has gone international, reaching countries like America, Indonesia, China, Norway, Russia, Vietnam and many more. Click here to read the story about my coverage or click on the links below to read some articles from the different news outlets.
The Daily Mail
The Daily Mail Online
Guardian Liberty Voice
International Business Times
The Daily Mirror
Science World Report
News Radio Wood
Death and Taxes
My Fox 8
Scallywag and Vagabond
NY Daily News
The Sydney Morning Herald
International Business Times
I was invited to speak on ITV's Daybreak about body dysmorphic disorder (click the image below to watch). I was asked to specifically discuss one the symptoms of my condition which involved taking hundreds of selfies daily. My story was also featured in the Sunday Mirror.
I wrote about my story for the men get eating disorders too! blog. Click the link to read the full post.
I was invited to speak about my story on ITV's This Morning. Click here to see the full interview.
The response to my televised interview has been fantastic. You can read some of the Twitter and Facebook comments I received below:
'Well done Danny! I was diagnosed a year ago, and even with therapy and medication I am no where near as brave as you.'
'Doing a brilliant job talking about mental health and BDD. Huge well done on tackling this tough topic.'
'I just happened to be home today and your post encouraged me to turn on the telly. What a lovely young man, radiant. I'm so glad he's found a way through his darkness.'
'Well done Danny for highlighting this!'
An article about my story and Fixers project was featured in The Telegraph! Click on the image below to read the article:
Following my broadcast piece on ITV and my film screening, I have received loads of positive feedback about my campaign. You can read some of this feedback below.
'Just seen you guys on Tyne Tees News and feel grateful that someone has finally wanted to do something about this!'
'Very informative event and now I understand that the illness Body Dysmorphic Disorder is real.'
'A really impressive event for so many reasons and I loved how honest and personal it was.'
'BDD is real. Now I feel I can spread that word to friends and family.'