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Sam Frost’s Brave Confession: I Was In A ‘Really, Really Dark Place’

The star makes a devastating confession following her worrying tweet last week.

Sam Frost addressed her recent tweet and her online trolls, saying she felt suicidal. 

Opening up on the Rove and Sam show this morning after a two week break, a tearful Frost revealed what the last ‘three or four months’ have been like for her.

“I was in an awful place. A really, really dark place. I shut my friends out and I shut my family out. I would come to work and I would go home and I would stay in that dark horrible place,” she said.

Adding, “It got to the point where my relationship was struggling because I shut Sash out.”

It wasn’t until Sash admitted to the radio host that he didn’t know what to do anymore, “because all you do is cry and you are not talking to me.”

“I said to him, ‘I don’t want to be here anymore’, and I said, ‘I don’t want to wake up every day anymore.'”

But once she said it out loud, the former Bachelorette said, “I saw the helplessness in his face and then I realised it’s not fair for me to want to give up for my family and my beautiful niece and my friends and then I just had to find the strength to go, that’s not fair for me to just want to throw in the towel.”

Frost said that after working with a professional and some time off, she felt like she was in a good place.

But then she “saw the heavy comments. People were trolling and making up fake accounts and talking to my loved ones and making up lies about me that weren’t true. It was just all fell heavily on me again.”

“But I’ve realised I’m a good person and I’ve done nothing but great things for people and I don’t deserve it.”

“I think there are plenty of people out there like me that are going through a tough time where they might feel isolated and alone and I can guarantee you that the best thing I did was I admitted to myself and a loved one I’m actually not okay.”

If you or someone you know is experiencing depression call Life Line on 13 11 14 or visit Beyond Blue.

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