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Jeremy Kyle breaks silence to say he’s battled anxiety and depression since guest’s suicide

Jeremy Kyle has spoken out for the primary time since his ITV discuss present was pulled off the air following the tragic suicide of visitor Steve Dymond

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The Jeremy Kyle Show will not be returning to ITV

Jeremy Kyle has lastly damaged his silence after his present was cancelled over the suicide of a visitor.

The Jeremy Kyle Show was dramatically pulled off the air in 2019 after visitor Steve Dymond took his personal life simply days after recording an episode.

Jeremy, 56, says he has been battling anxiety and depression and taking tablets for the psychological well being situations ever since.

And he admitted that he by no means understood celebrities who spoke out about their psychological well being points till he suffered his personal.

Jeremy, who’s engaged to Victoria, advised The Sun : “I’m not asking for any sympathy, but being completely honest, yes, it was a very difficult time.







Jeremy has spoken out concerning the impact every thing had on him



“I was completely devastated at first and then I became completely demotivated. Every ounce of energy seemed to have gone and I just couldn’t bring myself to leave the house or even open the curtains.

“After Vic inspired me I finally did go to the physician due to how low I used to be feeling — and I’ve by no means executed that in my life. But it was the one means I might get myself by means of.”

Reviews were held by the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee, and the decision was taken to pull the show off the air for good.

MPs asked questions about the aftercare provided to guests appearing on the show, and meanwhile, an inquest into Mr Dymond’s death ruled that he had died by suicide.

Jeremy says he knows that his critics will say he ‘got a taste of his own medicine’ by seeing his show cancelled, but said that it pushed him over the edge after a string of other things went wrong.

* If you’re struggling and need to talk, the Samaritans operate a free helpline open 24/7 on 116 123. Alternatively, you can email [email protected] or visit their site to find your local branch

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