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'Love Is Blind' Exes Danielle Ruhl and Nick Thompson Reunite After Divorce to Discuss Mental Health Struggles

. Danielle and Nick met in the pods on season 2 of and went on to get married on the show.But in August 2022 the pair announced they were divorcing after less than two years of marriage.

Their at-times messy split played out on social media, but on Thursday, they reunited via Zoom for a discussion on Nick's podcast about their time on the show and their mental health in the years since.«Nick and I got together to discuss our experience pre show, during show and post show,» Danielle shared, posting a clip of the talk to her Instagram. «It is an emotional conversation that we are excited to share with you.»Nick commented on his ex's post, writing, «Such a powerful message in the caption.

And ❤️❤️❤️❤️ to you for normalizing these feelings.»Nick posted his own clip to his page, writing, «In this episode, we kick off with our reconnection story after not speaking for months and how it felt to be associated together again in the media after whistleblowing about our treatment during production.»Danielle commented on the post, «Proud of us❤️»A post shared by danielle ruhl (@dnellruhl)A post shared by Nick Thompson (@nthompson513)Last month, Danielle spoke with ET's Kevin Frazier about her alleged treatment by Netflix and Kinetic Content, saying she was not offered medical or psychiatric assistance during her time filming despite expressing anxiety struggles and suicidal ideations.«When I was experiencing some medical stuff in the pods, there were no doctors. When I was experiencing mental health issues, there were no therapists,» she claimed.

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'It's heartbreaking': Vigil held for slain Bucks County infant - - state Pennsylvania - county Bucks - county Bristol - county Sullivan - county Tyler
'It's heartbreaking': Vigil held for slain Bucks County infant
BRISTOL, Pa. - A Pennsylvania community held a vigil Friday for a local infant who prosecutors say died after being beaten and shaken several times by his own father."The community is heartbroken over this, I mean, it’s a small town, everybody knows everybody," Stephane Scancella said. Authorities say on Wednesday night officers from the Bristol Borough Police Department responded to home on 100 block of Radcliffe Street for reports of a 4-month-old in cardiac arrest. Officers administered CPR and rushed the baby to Lower Bucks Hospital where he was pronounced dead just after midnight. Tyler Sullivan (Bucks County District Attorney's Office)  Tyler Sullivan, 30, was charged with homicide and two counts of aggravated assault in the case. Following an examination of the infant, a doctor found that the child had suffered several injuries, including bruises and abrasions throughout the body. Investigators concluded that Sullivan had violently shaken the baby on at least two occasions Wednesday, and at least six additional times over the past six weeks. MORE LOCAL HEADLINES"We all have bene heartbroken about this mom losing her son, especially the way she did," Scancella said. Neighbors day the baby's 22-year-old mother and Sullivan were engaged to be married. "We have to do something for this mother and her family," Scancella said. "It’s heart-wrenching."