The Bachelor host and radio personality Osher Gunsberg has opened up about how childhood bullying continues to affect him years later.
Gunsberg told The Daily Telegraph his experiences as an overweight child exposed him to feeling humiliated by others.
“Like anybody who went through childhood or adolescence overweight, there’s definitely shame and embarrassment – you never forget the look in a bully’s eyes when they’re nipple crippling you so hard they draw blood,” he said.
The 42-year-old said these memories create issues that require ongoing efforts to process.
“That stuff, as much as you try to get past it, is still there. It left me with weird thought patterns that I still have to deal with as an adult, which kind of sucks,” he said.