Thursday , July 29 2021

Todd King wants to break down the Stigma Surrounding Emotional Men

Todd King, runners of Single girl 2018, is nothing but a bloody legend. The 26-year-old showed her pragmatic farewell last night Ali Oetjen.

"I'm so broken but I'm so fond of her" he said as Australia gathered sobbed at their stories.

Although it was some time since the movie was wrapped, it was not easy to watch the last episode of Todd, especially because – as he revealed to PEDESTRIAN.TV – He's still in love with Ali.

"I would say I still love her. I was quite emotional to watch it again last night" he shared. "It took back many emotions that I thought bleed away but now when the secret is out and it's over, I can start to start continuing."

Talking about the whole experience has really helped Todd forward. Then he swore to Bachie secretly, no one in his family and friendship circle – save for one person – knew about the end result.

"He caught me in a moment of weakness when I was very upset and cried. So I let him know what had happened" Todd said.

"Just talking about it – it's such a good platform to encourage men everywhere to talk about their feelings. It's not generally seen as a common commonplace thing and it's good for mental health just to talk about it."


In a Instagram mail that was shared earlier today, Todd thanked his supporters for his love and kindness.

"Men feel & men cry. I grew like a man on the show and I met individuals whom I love for me for the rest of my life. For those who have encountered me and those I love, you made it so much easier with your kindness. I am so grateful for this adventure and I have Warner Bros. and Channel 10 crew thanks. Thank you for encouraging me to be vulnerable again, to give everything I am. I'm always grateful for this trip.

"Love is something worth fighting for, worth hurting, worth sacrificing for – and I will never regret putting my heart on the line looking for love. For when you find it heals all sores. I will never stop search. "


Talk about which, Todd is open to ~Bachelor ~ experience.

"I know how the process works now and you fall in love" Todd said. "You just have to watch Matty J and Laura and you can see that it's genuine and it lasts. "

I feel.

As for the intrusion of new Instagram supporters and loving comments he has received in recent weeks, Todd says that the whole experience has been "Really humbling".

"It's quite crazy, I'm basically treated like a famous person just to be a regular guy. I'm just me and it's really humble."

But Todd – despite how much the country is skimming him – calculates the headlight, life is not for him and he is very keen to see things return to "Normal everyday life".

In the near future, Todd is still very committed to getting the brand and the uniforms.

"I plan to submit my application as soon as possible" he said.

Wishing nothing but the absolute best for Australia's knight in bright armor.

Instagram / Todd King

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