Fran Meric, actress and host of TV Azteca, He spoke about his past relationships, in which he suffered physical and psychological violence. She revealed that her mental and psychological health was compromised by “allowing” her partners to offend, humiliate and corner her in their relationships and even confessed that she hit rock bottom next to Daniel Bisogno.
In the program Aztec TV, In their battles, the driver was honest about her past and recounted his terrifying experiences with two of his former partners. Of the first person, he did not want to reveal the name, but reported that he had been in that relationship for 3 years, in which suffered because of his partner’s jealousy, he even described it as “celotypic”.
In this relationship, Meric said, due to the atypical jealousy of his partner, in addition to never having received support, his career was hampered because this person’s actions began to affect her. He narrated that he decided to give up two projects because he felt guilty, since he insulted her, “he yelled at me that it was a 4 letter”, He said. He added that he not only verbally assaulted her, but also damaged her belongings or tried to hit people around her.
The relationship worsened and led to physical violence. “One day he got crazy and I flew down the stairsThey were fights, screams, that I was just anyone, I experienced a lot of psychological violence. He ended the relationship because he believed that I put the horn on him ”, he confessed.
Although this traumatic relationship ended, the hell he was living continued in another relationship. “Dolida”, he narrated, began a courtship with the presenter of Windowing, Daniel Bisogno, with whom he lasted 4 years in a relationship where things were no better.
Fran confessed that at the beginning the relationship was good, he supported her and was her “tear cloth”, But in a short time both began to have toxic behaviors towards the other. While Daniel Bisogno grappled with his own problems, Fran Meric still suffered from the repercussions of his previous courtship and the presenter’s attitude towards her affected her to the point where her health was compromised. “He has his personal and mental fights and I did not meet his expectations, there was no way. It was the moment that I hit rock bottom the most, I developed claustrophobia, dysautonomia, I fainted”, He confessed in the program.
The actress explained that this was not the worst point of their relationship, because due to the disorders she acquired, He came to have thoughts that went against his integrity; he thought he must take his life “To find out if people loved me when I was dead.” Despite this terrifying experience, Fran Meric said she is grateful to Daniel BisognoWell, she learned a lot from him. “He is my greatest teacher, because of him he is who I am”, Was expressed about the presenter.
Fran Meric, after ending her relationship with the presenter, had other courtships until she met the singer Raúl Sandoval, with whom he began his relationship in 2012 and married in 2014. One year after marrying, Sandoval confessed that due to his insecurities and Meric’s qualities, he had to go to therapy, because he suffered from celopathy and did not want that to ruin his marriage. They currently have a 3-year-old son and boast of a stable marriage.
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