Malin Andersson has claimed that reality TV causes psychological problems while discussing being trolled online.
The former participant of Love Island, 27, says she is now fiercely against reality shows, posing a danger to young people in the country.
Malin, who appeared on the show in 2016, said she saw people change to & # 39; t through the once in & # 39; have lived life experience.
Candidate: Malin Andersson, 27, has claimed that reality TV is causing mental health problems by opening up about being trolled online
Writing for OK! Magazine, she said: "There are so many Love Islanders now and they are all trying to be different to each other, but they will not get a place with it."
& # 39; These people who & # 39; re around & # 39; e fame may set an example for the younger generation, but then they also end up with mental health problems …
& # 39; This way of life makes you lose touch with what you want in life and what you have to offer. & # 39;
Tragedy: Sophie Gradon, the former Miss Britain who did not appear (pictured) in 2016's second series of Love Island, killed herself after & # 39; did not appear on & # 39; a show
Struggles: Mike Thalassitis, who appeared in 2017, and the presenter of the show Caroline Flack also took her own life after they had mental health issues
Malin said that after & # 39; they left the villa, ITV bosses gave them the & # 39; real support & # 39; failed to deliver what they needed, which has since been implemented.
Now, cast members receive eight counseling sessions and 14 months of contact with the Love Island crew.
They will also receive training sessions to help them deal with fame, including lessons on social media and how to manage their money.
Malin said she was left with trolls who inevitably bring her up as a gossiper and snake on the media.
Love Island has had most applicants this month in the midst of the "coronavirus" shutdown, so the show continues to enjoy popularity despite recent tragedies.
However, there is a chance that it could be canceled because of the coronavirus.
It comes after Sophie Gradon, a contestant in 2016, Mike Thalassitis, who appeared in 2017, and the presenter of the show Caroline Flack all took their own lives after they didn't have mental health issues God bless you.
& # 39; Struggles are real & # 39 ;: Malin reveals she quit her job as a makeup artist to become a full-time caregiver who worked 12-hour shifts after her mother's death in 2017
Malin had originally worked as a makeup artist and air stewardess before moving into & # 39; 2016's Villa of & # 39; e Love Island went for series two.
But following her series of heartbreak, she struggled to find a job that & # 39; t & # 39; a passion & # 39; in them would ignite and help them through financial struggles to the reality TV show.
Malin took to Instagram earlier this year and said she would & # 39; give love to others & # 39; and & # 39; put a smile on someone's face & # 39 ;.
To & # 39; the selfie, she said: & # 39; You can see the appearance of loss, confusion and exhaustion all in one. This version of mine had never existed before this point. & # 39;
Malin acknowledged all the work she & # 39; s been offered after her 25-week stint at Love Island in & # 39; after she promised to take care of her mother.
& # 39; This meant that I couldn't apply myself to my usual work schedule and that I fell behind on the bills, & # 39; peners see.
& # 39; I had a few posts and campaigns, but nothing really came of it. I was a makeup artist and that's what I came up with, but this was short lived, because it didn't excite any passion in me.
Forever Love: Malin acknowledged every job she was offered after her 25-week stint at Love Island in & # 39; commissioned & # 39; after she promised to take care of her mother Consy
& # 39; I wanted to help, I wasn't sure how, but I sure wanted to give love to others; something that does not sadden me.
She described herself as & # 39; firm and helpless & # 39; then & # 39; her mother died and she realized that she was a & # 39; real & # 39; job needed.
& # 39; I decided on a huge career change and became a mentor. Taking care of my mother gave me such great appreciation for my life, it showed me the reality through another lens and it taught me to be selfless, & # 39; she added.
& # 39; The sad truth is that the escalated fact escalated that I lost my mother. I would work 12 hour shifts to block pain while trying to find a balance of repayment and get the satisfaction that I can put a smile on someone's face.
& # 39; My income also did not match my exits, but at & # 39; at the time it was not a worry.
& # 39; I spent about 10 months before I became pregnant and then of course started another series of unfortunate events. & # 39;
By profession: Malin was originally a make-up artist and air stewardess, before joining the & # 39; Villa of 2016 & # 39; e Love Island went for series two. But following her series of heartbeats, she set out to find a job that would "ignite" a passion in her. – Work as a caregiver
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