Jack Fincham breaks down in tears as he reveals how he ‘hit rock bottom’

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Love Island Champion Jack Fincham Got emotional when he opened up about hitting ‘Rock Bottom’.

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Jack, who is in the middle of a very public feud with his daughter’s mother, reveals that he tried to take his own life over Christmas.

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Jack Fincham gets emotional about hitting ‘Rock Bottom’ and trying to commit suicidecredit: @minboso
He also said that losing his grandmother had a really big impact on him.

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He also said that losing his grandmother had a really big impact on him.credit: @minboso

Speaking on the wellness podcast, minbosoIn this article, Jack went in-depth about his mental health struggles.

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“I’ve hit rock bottom,” Jack revealed, telling the podcast he attempted to take his own life over Christmas.

“I didn’t want to be here.”

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Jack spoke about the impact his grandmother’s death had on him in March.

“That year and a half has just been a downward spiral. More and more often in your head… and thinking ‘What’s my purpose?’,” he began.

“I remember sitting there thinking, ‘If I don’t wake up, I don’t care’… I really didn’t want to be, I didn’t want to think about it.

Jack reveals that it was his Nan’s reaction to his ‘downward spiral’ that prompted him to seek help.

“I’m in the midst of changing my life,” he proudly admitted.

Jack then talked about social media, which he described as “poison”.

“People only say nasty things and you can get 1,000 comments, but you read that one comment that says you’re fat and you’re bullshit and you focus on that all day,” he said. They said.

Jack then said that he didn’t understand why people wrote hateful comments and that he “wouldn’t dream” of talking to someone else like that because “it wouldn’t enter my head.”

After sharing the clip of the interview, Jack interacted with his fans from home about the seriousness of mental health.

“Just a quick one, sorry if this is a bit depressing, but I’ll try to make it funny, but for people, a certain person, who says I’m playing a mental health card. How do you play a card? ?” he started.

“Mental health is nothing to play with and it’s nothing to use, it’s really, really serious.”

Jack had a very public spat with the mother of his child who was born in January 2020.

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Today, Casey said she was going to write a book about their ongoing feud because she insisted: “I have nothing to be ashamed of.”

Casey has slammed Jack on social media several times in recent months, and earlier this week posted another statement accusing him of having a “non-existent” relationship with his little girl.

She claimed to be “isolated” because she was “worried” about colliding with people she knew while she was pregnant and had to refrain from responding to the father of her child, saying that she “was worried” about this. But lost friends and family”.

Casey also wrote: “He was nowhere to be seen during my entire pregnancy and made it very clear that he didn’t want to be involved – which I fully accepted, yet as soon as my daughter’s Born his agents already had a TV show lined up for them – Jack the Dad!!!!!!”

Jack retaliated on his Instagram Story by sharing two messages he claimed were from Casey a week apart — the first asking to receive child support in cash rather than in his bank account, and that his Will leave the daughter for a couple. hours every other week, and another forbids him to see his little girl if she isn’t even present.

The former Love Island champion wrote: “There are two sides to every story but I like to keep it private and say nothing.”

He said it was affecting his mental health, urging followers: “This person hates me and is bitter because the one night stand didn’t work, we were never friends – he was alone back at my house. She came and her plan didn’t work. Now she wants to ruin me, the truth always comes out.”

It looks like Jack is about to change his life, as it turns out that the 30-year-old star was one of five former Love Islanders to appear on the MTV series, X in the City, starting October 20.

This is the third reality show she has tried to find love in – the first being the ITV2 series she won with ex Dani Dyer, prior to her stint on E4’s Celebs Go Dating.

But Jack said he is now 'changing his life'

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But Jack said he is now ‘changing his life’credit: @minboso
The reality star is in the midst of a public dispute with her daughter's mother

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The reality star is in the midst of a public dispute with her daughter’s motherCredit:
Jack is set to appear in the upcoming MTV series X in the City

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Jack is set to appear in the upcoming MTV series X in the CityCredits: MTV / Viacom / BEEM
Jack rose to fame on Love Island with ex, Jack Fincham

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Jack rose to fame on Love Island with ex, Jack Finchamcredit: Rex Features

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