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The Traitors winner opens up on suicidal thoughts

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The Traitors series two winner Harry Clark admits that he "hit rock bottom" two years ago.
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The Traitors series two winner Harry Clark has opened up about being in 'a dark place' just two years ago.

The 23-year-old, who scooped more than £95,000 on the BBC reality show, revealed that he considered suicide before turning his life around by joining the Army.

"At around 21, I went through a bad time. I was in the darkest place you could possibly be," he told The Mirror. "I had feelings of wanting to end it all. I was quite an angry kid. But the Army moulded my characteristics and made me the man I am today.

"I began facing my emotions and learned to give myself time to be angry and sad. I started to set myself time limits to process my feelings. Afterwards, I'd tell myself I couldn't waste any more time being angry or upset."

He continued: "I had a realisation that time is the most important thing and I didn't want to waste it.

"In the Army, I was that guy people would talk to. All I want to do is help. It's a lonely world and it's easy to be blinded by mental health."

Clark has now left the Army and is looking to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. body check tags ::

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