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Survivors Seek Mental Treatment

The latest Survivor castaways think the reality TV show makes people lose their minds.

The latest Survivor castaways think the reality TV show makes people lose their minds.

Monday, May 10, 2010 17:39 GMT

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Competing on Survivor can really mess with a person’s mind.

Just ask Danielle DiLorenzo and Candice Woodcock, who’ve found it hard to “let it go” after being voted off Survivor: Heroes Vs. Villains last Thursday (May 6).

Still, their ousting was welcomed because this season of the reality survival competition has been especially vicious.

Says DiLorenzo: “This time it got so nasty. It got so ugly and scary that I thought I couldn’t be a part of this. It was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do in my life.”

The game was so mentally and physically exhausting that both castaways think a round of psychological treatment might do every contestant a world of good.

Woodcock says people can “get messed up in this game” and personally needs help letting go.

Perhaps seeking a counselor would make the transition from the island to the real world much easier.

Survivor airs Thursdays on CBS.

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