Osher Gunsberg's wife, Audrey Griffen, has spoken frankly about the mental health struggles of the Bachelor's hosts.
In a piece written for Ten Daily on Wednesday, the celebrity makeup artist said that sometimes, during her marriage, she felt she was living with two different people and things got so bad that the TV presenter once thought about committing suicide.
Osher has been open about his struggles with depression, social anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and periods of psychosis.
"I am so lucky to have resisted suicide": Osher Gunsberg's wife, Audrey Griffen, reveals that the host of Bachelor once contemplated ending his own life due to mental health problems
"Despite having knowledge of what Osher was going through, some days I felt as if I was living with another man, a man in whom every thought seemed to cause pain, a man trying to pull me away from me," he said. wrote
"I had to remember that his actions were being driven by something else, his anxiety, his fears and his trauma.
She added: "I'm so lucky that Osher resisted that lover's seductive seduction, suicide, I'm so grateful to have the self-awareness to seek professional help, take his medication, talk to his psychologist, talk to me.
Support system: Osher and Audrey pose with their daughter Georgia, 13. Osher is a teenager's stepfather. Represented on February 15, 2018 in Sydney
Osher married the stylist Audrey in 2016 and is stepfather of her 13-year-old daughter, Georgia.
They met in 2015, while filming the fourth season of The Bachelor Australia, where Osher worked as a presenter and Audrey was a stylist, and the couple married in Hunter Valley in January 2017.
Last week, Audrey revealed the depths of the problems her husband suffered while struggling with his mental health problems.
Appearing on Osher's podcast, during which he interviewed his own wife, Audrey admitted that even sunlight could send The Bachelor host into panic.
"If we went outside and felt heat on her skin, we would push the fear button": last week, Audrey revealed the depths of the problems her husband suffered while struggling with his mental health problems.
"I remember those days, I remember that if we went out and the sun shone and you felt warm in your skin, you played the fear button," he said in a clip of the episode, which Osher shared with Instagram on Tuesday.
She continued: "It would be intense and it would be difficult to talk to you in the room again.
Audrey says she pushed hard to catch up with the man she loved when she was having an episode, which Osher described as "having left for hours."
Hard Times: Appearing on Osher's podcast, during which he interviewed his own wife, Audrey admitted that even sunlight could send The Bachelor host into a panic.
Struggles: I do not know if I made the right slap, but I used to just intimidate myself to go back into your space and try to return you, Audrey said.
Osher replied: "I am very grateful that you did it because I could not do it alone," to which Audrey said sweetly: "Sometimes we can not do things alone."
"I do not know if I did the right thing, but I used to be intimidated to return to your space and try to return you," Audrey said.
& # 39; I am a makeup artist, I am not a trained professional. But I could see that I could see that it would be difficult for you to get out on your own. "
Osher replied: "I am very grateful that you did it because I could not do it on my own", to which Audrey said graciously: "Sometimes we can not do things on our own".
Angel: The TV presenter celebrated his first wedding anniversary with Audrey in January. He admitted that the makeup artist, whom he met on the set of The Bachelor, & # 39; saved my life & # 39;
When subtitled the video of the podcast, Osher wrote: "I am alive for this woman, and this week I am grateful that you have the opportunity to listen to why".
The television presenter celebrated his first wedding anniversary with Audrey in January.
He often says that Audrey "saved" him when he appeared in a dark moment in his life.
He previously told Stellar magazine: "She saved my life absolutely. She was the first person who told me that she would be fine and that I believed her. "
Osher has been open about his battles with alcohol abuse and mental health problems, which he details in his autobiography, Back After the Break.
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Happy family: the couple got married in Hunter Valley in January 2017, and Osher became stepfather of the daughter of Audrey, Georgia, 14 years old. [centre]