Seann Walsh was open about going to therapy when he admitted that his time on I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! has been making him feel anxious.
The 36-year-old comedian had previously revealed to his campmates on the reality series that he had faced personal challenges after he made national headlines during his time on the show. joined Strictly Come Dancing in 2018 when he was photographed kissing his married dance partner while he was also in a relationship.
Speaking to Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner, 23, during Saturday’s episode, the pair discussed why they feel therapy is important.
Walsh asked Warner if he found the jungle adventure difficult, to which the actor admitted he used to be but not so much anymore.
The comedian revealed that he also had difficulties: “I think for me, a day has a lot of worries, not knowing what will happen to me, I don’t like it. I really panicked.”
When asked if that was a regular feeling for him, Walsh replied, “Oh my God, that’s why I pay a woman a weekly fee to help me (it). “
Warner says he actively encourages others to get into therapy, saying: “I always say to any of my spouses, I totally recommend it even if you think you are. strong.
“Like that, it’s great to sit with someone and vent, it really clears your head.”
Referring to his time on Strictly Come Dancing, Walsh added: “I just had a horrible experience the last time I did something like this, and then when I came back, this was so real. great but it delivered.”
Offering words of encouragement, Warner said: “It’s good that you now have a second chance to tackle everywhere.
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“It’s like when you’re in a game, you die and you go back to the first level. It sucks but I know how to do these levels…
“Anyone who looks at someone’s past and judges them from that – that’s them, that’s their problem.
“Looking back on my life, this whole wrong path. There will be more mistakes in the future.”
In a separate section in front of the camera, Walsh praises Warner for his wisdom and emotional intelligence.
While Warner also added later: “Something about being here has really taught me is (to) put your heart on your sleeve, because chances are someone else is feeling the same way.
“And that is something I will carry with me forever. I usually keep my feelings private, but if you just talk about them, most people will be able to empathize with you. “
I Am A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! continues at 9pm Sunday on ITV1 and ITV Hub.
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/seann-walsh-and-owen-warner-discuss-importance-of-therapy-on-im-a-celebrity-42158101.html Seann Walsh and Owen Warner discuss the importance of therapy in I’m A Celebrity