It’s been five years since Osher Gunsberg and his wife Noa Tishby announced on Twitter that they were ‘mutually and amicably’ separating.
While in recent years the popular Bachelor host has spoken frankly of his battles with alcohol and depression, his former wife has never divulged details surrounding the devastating demise of their three-and-a-half year marriage.
However, in the interests of helping alcoholics like her ex-husband and their loved ones, the Israeli actress and producer has bravely opened up exclusively to New Idea about the couple’s private pain.
'We started getting into patterns of fights that were completely irrational,’ the actress, producer, activist and mum-of-one reveals.
'I didn’t know what was going on, so instead of knowing how to handle it, I would get into the loop of the fighting and arguing, and it’s 100 per cent addictive.'
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