"From the outside people think that it’s so fantastic going on tv and getting all this newfound attention, but truth be told I’m not the only that’s struggled mentally from doing reality tv."
The plumber from Perth had a rough time earlier this year when he was slammed on the last season of Bachelor In Paradise after being portrayed as the "villain" of the show for his perceived gaslighting and manipulation of Alexandra Nation, after he lied to her about sexually propositioning contestant, Florence Alexandra.
"It’s was a result of many things that got me to this point," Bill continued.
"From being portrayed as someone I’m not on tv, to being lied to by so many people, to having genuine feelings for someone, to being manipulated by people, to being attacked online by strangers.
"I was a broken man ... I’m only posting this now as I have fully recovered and I’m back to my happy self 😊"
"I am so lucky to have Had some amazing supportive people in my life, who helped me through it all," Bill finished.
"Only people that do these shows understand the pressure, emotions and scrutiny your under constantly and I will always be here to support anyone going through what I went through. ✨"
Bill isn't the first star from 'The Bachelor' series, to speak out about the importance of mental health.
"I have always supported R U OK and I'm a huge advocate," said the Perth local who lost her mother to suicide when she was 11-years-old.
"I’m passionate about awareness and ensuring that we tackle the suicide rates in my home state of Western Australia."
"It's really hard to have an open conversation about it but I want to empower people with knowledge on the signs someone is struggling," Brooke continued, "so they can trust their gut instinct and start a conversation that could change a life."