Spoilers: Suicide trauma for Aaron in Emmerdale

Aaron Dingle (Danny Miller) has had to cope with a lot of stress in Emmerdale over the past couple of months, and with more heartache on the horizon in the coming episodes, it becomes apparent that he’s not in a good place — something which leaves Liv Flaherty (Isobel Steele), Victoria Barton (Isabel Hodgins) and Chas Dingle (Lucy Pargeter) incredibly worried.

Aaron’s world was turned upside down earlier this year, when husband Robert (Ryan Hawley) took matters into his own hands and attacked Victoria’s rapist Lee. Matters were later made worse when Lee died in hospital, as Robert was subsequently sentenced to life in prison.

After visiting his hubby, Aaron was heartbroken when he discovered that Rob had cut all contact with him, and also applied for a divorce.

With a few weeks having passed since he last spoke to Robert, Aaron is hopeful once more when he learns that Victoria has received a letter from her brother. However, he’s later upset to discover that he hasn’t received one, and thus he’s devastated once more.

It’s incredibly clear that Aaron’s not in a good place, and when he later disappears, Liv, Chas and Victoria grow concerned.

Meanwhile, Aaron pulls up in the woods, and proceeds to break down, as he struggles with everything that’s happened.

Cain (Jeff Hordley) and Sam (James Hooton) set off in search of their relative, and they later find Robert’s vehicle abandoned in the woods, and start to look around — hoping to locate Aaron.

It’s incredibly apparent that Aaron is struggling to cope, and his family are worried as a result.

Will they be able to find him and offer their support before it’s too late?

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Spoilers: Mick fears for Linda as she spirals out of control in EastEnders

Mick Carter (Danny Dyer) is set to be left in despair as he finds himself unable to intervene with wife Linda’s (Kellie Bright) increasing reliance on alcohol. As he tries to distract her from the booze in EastEnders, it’s fruitless as she continues to hit the bottle in the wake of recent pressures relating to Ollie’s diagnosis with autism and the pub business.

The parents are delighted when Ollie wins Learner Of The Term at school but Mick’s spirits are dampened when Linda’s automatic reaction is to celebrate by reaching for the drink. Keen to direct her away from the Vic, Mick takes her out for the day but while they have a fun time out, he is deflated when she reaches straight for a bottle as they arrive home.

The reliance on drink is part of a long-running story for Linda which will see her consumed by alcoholism. As a stressed out Mick has no clue over how to support Linda, she will become defensive every time he tries to bring it up – and will be in denial over how much drink is dominating her life.

Speaking about the storyline, show boss Jon Sen said: ‘Linda’s descent into alcoholism will be instantly recognisable to many – a journey that begins with a single drink to cope with the everyday ups and downs but quickly escalates to a point which wreaks devastation on their life and the lives of those around them.

‘In telling Linda’s story we hope that anyone in Linda’s situation or those around them notice the signs of alcoholism and seek the help needed,’

Scenes at Christmas will show Linda face even more disaster when a desperate and armed Martin Fowler (James Bye) takes her hostage. Will she survive?

One to watch: Monday 9 December at 8pm on BBC One.

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