Kym Marsh said that she was bullied in school, which has made her feel insecure. The Strictly Come Dancing star, who is 46 years old, revealed that her experiences “knocked me” and have had an effect on her adult life, as she has become her own “worst enemy” when it comes to self-criticism. She said that the experience “knocked me.”
Kym’s lack of self-confidence has led her to overanalyze her performance while she was training with strictly professional Graziano Di Prima. As a result, the actress felt as though she was suffering from “imposter syndrome” while appearing on the BBC show.
Kym has struggled to believe in herself and is her own harshest critic, despite the fact that she has established a successful singing and acting career since leaving school. She recently suffered a panic attack prior to a live show.
She stated this in an interview with The Mirror, saying, “I was bullied fairly badly when I was a youngster, when I was in high school.” [Citation needed] And that hit me like a punch in the gut, and it sapped a lot of energy from me when I was a kid.
“I believe that I have been carrying that with me. It’s really similar to the imposter syndrome, actually. To some extent, it’s the same as saying, “I don’t really know why I’m here.” I don’t understand why anyone would be interested in someone like me.
This comes after it was reported that Kym suffered a big panic episode and broke down in tears as she was practicing for Strictly Come Dancing.