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'I wasn't present in my body' Rachel Riley explains health issue after Pasha's concerns

Rachel Riley said she didn't realise how much of a perfectionist she was until she took part on Strictly Come Dancing in 2013 with Pasha Kovalev, 41.The 36-year-old said she was so involved with the competition that she felt she "wasn't present" in her own body at one point.She said: "I didn't realise I was a perfectionist, punishing myself for mistakes, until I did Strictly."At one stage I felt like I wasn't present in my body," she wrote in an extract of her book titled At Sixes And Sevens: How To Understand Numbers And Make Maths Easy, serialised by the Mail Online.Rachel said there was a point where she "couldn't' stop thinking" about a mistake she made in her Quickstep routine, which she performed again in the dance-off."The next week when the music started at the rehearsal Pasha looked at my face and said: 'Are you there?'"James Jordan branded a 'scumbag' by Strictly co-star Danny John-JulesConcerned for her health, the professional dancer advised Rachel to seek help using cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT).The method is a psycho-social intervention that aims to reduce symptoms of various mental health issues, primarily depression and anxiety disorders.She explained: "Something that shouldn't be worrying you comes back.

You relive it and it becomes far bigger than it actually was."Rachel said Pasha used the therapy himself and managed to give up smoking after just two sessions.Last year, she told the publication that she still couldn't watch the show as it "terrifies" her.She does however still like to dance with her former Strictly partner turned husband."When Pasha and I go on holiday we always find a salsa club whether we are in Indonesia or LA or Cannes, wherever we are in the world," she added.The couple got

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Rachel Riley said she didn't realise how much of a perfectionist she was until she took part on Strictly Come Dancing in 2013 with Pasha Kovalev, 41.The 36-year-old said she was so involved with the competition that she felt she "wasn't present" in her own body at one point.She said: "I didn't realise I was a perfectionist, punishing myself for mistakes, until I did Strictly."At one stage I felt like I wasn't present in my body," she wrote in an extract of her book titled At Sixes And Sevens: How To Understand Numbers And Make Maths Easy, serialised by the Mail Online.Rachel said there was a point where she "couldn't' stop thinking" about a mistake she made in her Quickstep routine, which she performed again in the dance-off."The next week when the music started at the rehearsal Pasha looked at my face and said: 'Are you there?'"James Jordan branded a 'scumbag' by Strictly co-star Danny John-JulesConcerned for her health, the professional dancer advised Rachel to seek help using cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT).The method is a psycho-social intervention that aims to reduce symptoms of various mental health issues, primarily depression and anxiety disorders.She explained: "Something that shouldn't be worrying you comes back.
BBC series from 2006 to 2013, hit out at the trio, who are unnamed, during a debate on Good Morning Britain on Tuesday, alongside ex Strictly dancer Kristina Rihanoff.   Sources have claimed one professional dancer has already been paired with a celebrity and it is well-known among the cast that they have refused the jab, sparking resentment behind the scenes.

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