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Published on Apr 21, 2014 8:48 PM
Cesar Millan (above) on life after his divorce and suicide attempt. -- PHOTO: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL

Cesar Millan is back!" declares the celebrity dog trainer of Dog Whisperer fame.

He is not just referring to how he will return to Singapore next month for a live show or his new television show, but he is also talking about his personal life.

"In 2010, I went through a very bad time. The world heard about my divorce and my attempt to commit suicide," the 45-year-old tells Life! in a telephone interview from Los Angeles.

Last year, he told the media that he suffered from depression after his 16-year marriage to Ilusion Millan ended and attempted suicide by overdosing on pills.

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“I’m very happy with my life now. I am happy in my own skin and I have a sense of direction.”

Cesar Millan on life after his divorce and suicide attempt

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