Actress Jessica Marais, 33, skipped the TV Week Logie Awards to tackle pressing issues & # 39; in a private mental health center in Sydney.
And when Grant Denyer, 40, spoke passionately about his personal struggles during his Gold Logie acceptance speech, the Wrong Girl star praised the winner.
Speaking to TV Week Up Close on Thursday, Grant shared: "She said it helped and moved her. It meant everything to me. "
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"She said she helped and moved her": Grant Denyer (ABOVE) has joined actress Jessica Marais for her mental health problems after she praised him for talking about his past during his Logies acceptance speech in July
The 40-year-old presenter alluded to his passing through a Thai health facility in 2013 when he admitted that he had been "very bad" and "in a hole" before the appearance of Family Feud, and credited the recently completed Channel 10 program. & # 39; Save it.
"I really did not want to let her go (to Jessica) that night and add unnecessary pressure on what is surely already a difficult situation for her … But the words I chose were for anyone in that kind of situation," he said. additional.
However, Jessica went to social media to thank Grant for his words and wrote: "Your speech made me cry. And it gives me strength. Courage in the silent battle. Congratulations mate. & # 39;
& # 39; Your speech made me cry & # 39 ;: Jessica took advantage of social networks to thank Grant for his words
The 33-year-old actress skipped the TV Week Logie Awards in July to address "urgent" problems. in a private mental health center in Sydney.
Grant told the publication that he approached Jessica after the ceremony in July and has been talking with the star for the past two months.
Grant went to the Thai health clinic for chronic exhaustion in 2013 and Cheryl, who had been dealing with PTSD and anxiety issues arising from Grant's condition, accompanied him.
Referring to the difficult times, he said: "Family Feud is important, it came right in my life at a time when I was really not sure if I would ever work again or if I wanted to."
Fighting to hold back the tears, he continued hesitantly: "I was not very well, I was very sad and a little lost and I was in a little hole.
"I was very sad and a little lost and I was in a small hole": Crying Grant alluded to his passing by a Thai health facility in 2013 when he admitted that he had been "very bad" before Family Feud.
Jessica won the Most Popular Actress at the 60th WEEK Logie Awards on TV in July, but she retired from the award ceremony at the last minute.
Jessica is the mother of one and shares her six-year-old scout daughter with the ex-James Stewart, 42, who appears on the soap opera Home and Away.
Recently, she gave credit to boyfriend Jake Holly for giving her hope. and support during your four-week stay in a mental health center.
Road to Recovery: Jessica recently gave credit to boyfriend Jake Holly for giving her "hope". and support during your four-week stay in a mental health center