A video by a Dumfries and Galloway woman aimed at raising awareness of mental health has been viewed online nearly hundreds of thousands of times in just a few days.
Chloe Kacedan from Lochmaben says she made it on the spur of the moment and had no idea it would be seen all over the world.
The annual Imaginarium Family Arts festival kicks off in Peebles tomorrow, with around thirty workshops taking place throughout the week.
The event is now in its third year and encourages people to use their creativity and think outside of the box.
Dance, drama and comedy workshops are just some of the activities on offer. It runs until Sunday.
Vince Davidson lived most of his life in the shed for 15 years, coming out rarely but this year he's been able to leave it behind and start re-integrating fully with his family, who have stood by him throughout all his dark days.
His recovery has also been been helped by an organisation in the Borders, where he can work with horses to help overcome his anxiety. He says it is something that has made a big difference.
Vince has also turned his attention to helping other soldiers. He's set up a group called Veterans Helping Veterans and met up with many former colleagues.
After the war Vince Davidson said his physical and mental health worsened and too embarrassed to say anything he decided to leave the army.
Within a few years he had started living in this shed in the garden of his family home - a bubble where he could be alone with his problems.
His decision to leave the shed came after one daughter encouraged him to contact former colleagues on Facebook and discovered that he was not alone in suffering from problems related to the Gulf War.
Since then he's started an organisation called Veterans Helping Veterans and regularly meets others who are suffering from post traumatic stress or other issues.
A former soldier who spent around 15 years living in his garden shed after suffering from what he believes is Gulf War syndrome has set up an organisation to help others.
Vince Davidson from Coldstream says he became physically and mentally ill after being given a range of injections to prepare him for the war.
He's now started a group called "Veterans helping Veterans".
Cloud and patchy outbreaks of rain will gradually clear eastwards throughout the day with some bright or sunny spells possible in the west later.
Winds will also steadily ease. Maximum Temperature 13C.
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