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Jacques O’Neill attends first therapy session since Love Island exit

OHMYGOSSIP — Jacques O’Neill has attended his first therapy session following his ‘Love Island’ stint.
The 23-year-old rugby league player admitted the meeting took him “out of [his] comfort zone”, but insisted he has “needed” it for years.
It comes after he was recently accused of mocking fellow Love Islander Tasha Ghouri after a private Instagram Story was leaked online, resulting in Tasha and boyfriend Andrew Le Page unfollowing Jacques on Instagram.
Jacques wrote on his Instagram Stories: “I want to acknowledge the situation that’s happening right now and apologise if my behaviour has caused offence or been misinterpreted the last few weeks.
“I genuinely have no bad feelings towards anyone and I’ve not meant for anything to come across that way at all. It was not my intention and I’m genuinely sorry if it has.
“Life has been very overwhelming recently and admittedly I’ve probably not handled myself in the best possible way. I take full responsibility for my actions.
“I’m aware I’m far from perfect and that there is work that needs to be done on myself.
“I had my first therapy session on Monday which really took me out of my comfort zone, I know I have needed this for years but it’s only now I have decided to get help. I know it’s a step in the right direction for me even after just 1 session. (sic)”
Jacques insisted he is not seeking “sympathy” and he is now hoping to “move forward” with his life.
He added: “I’m not asking for sympathy, I just want to acknowledge the situation and move forward as positively I can.
“However, I know this can be used as an important lesson for me moving forward and over the coming years.
“I hope I can become the person I want to be and use this new platform to spread a positive message.
“I’m sorry to anyone that I have let down x. (sic)”
Jacques quit ‘Love Island’ early after admitting he wasn’t feeling himself in the villa.
During his time on the ITV2 dating show, his mum revealed on his social media channels that he was diagnosed with ADHD (Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) as a child.
Since leaving the villa, Jacques has admitted he was “so angry” at his mum for revealing he had ADHD at first, but the revelation has ended up being a positive in his life.
He said: “When I got out, I was so ready to delete that, but I was so angry with my mum. I was like, ‘Why have you put that out? It’s looking like an excuse for my behaviour.’
“With me I’m very like … I deal with everything, it’s not about ADHD. We struggle, people with ADHD will understand me, we struggle a lot different to someone without ADHD.
“When I first came out, it was very different for me. I was scared, very scared of life and what was to come next for me.
“When I was in that holding villa after I left, I just wanted my mum, all I wanted to do was just be with my mum and just go into hiding. I was getting so much hate, me and my mum were getting death threats and everything.
“I started getting loads of people contacting me and saying I’m an inspiration with the ADHD side and a bit of a role model.
“I was getting fully grown men messaging me saying, ‘Love you, you’re an inspiration,’ I was overwhelmed with it all.
“If it wasn’t for the people supporting me or giving me that love, I’d be in such a bad place, I can’t thank them enough really.”

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