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Bachelor In Paradise host Osher Günsberg says contestants have 'full access to mental health professionals' throughout production as

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Bachelor In Paradise host Osher Günsberg says contestants have ‘full access to mental health professionals’ throughout production as fans voice for Jaime Doran after his meltdown

Bachelor In Paradise host Osher Günsberg assured viewers that the contestants have access to mental health professionals, following Jaime Doran’s on-screen meltdown.

On Wednesday, many fans of the show thought Jaime’s emotional display at the thought of his best friend, Timm Hanly, leaving was hilarious.

But there were a number of viewers who voiced their concern for his mental health.

'It's robust': Bachelor In Paradise host Osher Günsberg told fans of the show that contestants have 'full access to mental health professionals' throughout production as fans voice for Jaime Doran after his meltdown

‘It’s robust’: Bachelor In Paradise host Osher Günsberg told fans of the show that contestants have ‘full access to mental health professionals’ throughout production as fans voice for Jaime Doran after his meltdown

The TV presenter, 46, wrote on Twitter: ‘It’s probably pertinent to point out that everyone on the show has full access to mental health professionals as well as support from the Warner Bros. Australia and Network 10 teams before, during and after production.’

‘To be CLEAR. The amount of mental health support before/during/after production for the people on this show it significant.

‘But you’ll never know who accessed it, who asked for it, and who continues with it because of privacy. But trust me, it’s ROBUST,’ the mental health advocate added.

Giving his assurance: Osher told concerned fans that 'the amount of mental health support before/during/after production for the people on this show it significant'

Giving his assurance: Osher told concerned fans that ‘the amount of mental health support before/during/after production for the people on this show it significant’

Emotional: Osher's tweets come after viewers shared their concerns at Jaime's emotional state as speculation swirled in the Fijian villa that Timm would be walking out after causing drama at the Bula Banquet (Jaime pictured with  Brittney Weldon)

Emotional: Osher’s tweets come after viewers shared their concerns at Jaime’s emotional state as speculation swirled in the Fijian villa that Timm would be walking out after causing drama at the Bula Banquet (Jaime pictured with  Brittney Weldon)

Osher’s tweets come after viewers shared their concerns at Jaime’s emotional state as speculation swirled in the Fijian villa that Timm would be walking out after causing drama at the Bula Banquet. 

One tweeted: ‘This is actually really uncomfortable and I feel like this should not be aired. Clearly Jamie is going through something.’ 

‘Jamie crying is not funny, it’s more just sad that he has such bad social separation disorder issues and everyone laughing at him is kinda toxic,’ another wrote. 

'Clearly Jamie is going through something': Concerned fans tweeted, 'Jamie crying is not funny, it's more just sad that he has such bad social separation disorder issues and everyone laughing at him is kinda toxic'

‘Clearly Jamie is going through something’: Concerned fans tweeted, ‘Jamie crying is not funny, it’s more just sad that he has such bad social separation disorder issues and everyone laughing at him is kinda toxic’

Walking out: Jamie was so distraught at the thought of being 'abandoned' by Timm that he packed his bags and threatened to quit too on Wednesday

Walking out: Jamie was so distraught at the thought of being ‘abandoned’ by Timm that he packed his bags and threatened to quit too on Wednesday

A third shared: ‘Jamie has some serious issues, genuinely concerned for him.’ 

‘With Men’s Mental Health finally getting more attention. Kinda sad to watch everyone on the show laugh at Jamie crying,’ someone else added.

Jamie – who was known for his bizarre and possessive behaviour on Angie Kent’s season of The Bachelorette – was so distraught at the thought of being ‘abandoned’ by Timm that he packed his bags and threatened to quit too on Wednesday. 

Jamie then pleaded with Timm not to leave, telling the shaggy-haired larrikin he ‘doesn’t know how much he means’ to him during a tense bedroom showdown.

Calm down: 'I'm not dying, bro,' a baffled Timm (pictured) told Jaime in a bid to calm him down

Calm down: ‘I’m not dying, bro,’ a baffled Timm (pictured) told Jaime in a bid to calm him down 

‘You know I came here because of you. Timm! Please, bro! Timm! You f**king know how much you mean to me!’ wailed Jamie as his friend packed his bags.

‘Look how much you’re f**king hurting me right now! I want to wake up and see you every morning. Timm, please man! Stop packing! No! No! No!’ he shrieked.

‘I’m not dying, bro,’ a baffled Timm told Jaime in a bid to calm him down. 

Timm was eventually convinced to stay by his current flame Brittany Hockley.

If you or anyone you know is struggling, please contact Lifeline or Beyond Blue 

Staying together: Timm was eventually convinced to stay by his current flame Brittany Hockley (pictured)

Staying together: Timm was eventually convinced to stay by his current flame Brittany Hockley (pictured)

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