Mike Thalassitis liked a series of tweets over the festive period that suggested he was hoping to 'learn from his mistakes'.
The tragic Love Island star hinted towards his mental health state with the tweets that advised those to "learn from their mistakes and use them to build on yourself".
Another from Tyson Fury that spoke of his heavyweight champion title, said: "For anybody who's every been knocked down in life, that was for you. You can get up too".
Mike, who was just 26, was found hanged in a north London park on Saturday, amid reports of his spiralling debts and the loss of his 94-year-old grandmother a few days prior .
Over the course of several months Mike also liked tweets that suggested he felt "completely broken'" and was facing the "battle of his life".
He also appeared to suggest he was hiding his true feelings from the world.
Back in November, Mike liked a moving tweet from life coach Jim Kwik about depression.
It stated: "The truth is, none of us really know how much someone else is hurting.
"We could be standing right beside someone who feels completely broken or facing the battle of their lives and have no idea.
"Be kind, always."
Mike also liked a feature about how mental health issues including depression and anxiety are often kept hidden.
The Guardian piece, which was published in January, suggested exercise is often used to help keep depression in check despite many sufferers keeping their problems private.
Mike was also said to be heartbroken over his split with Megan McKenna and the loss of his best friend who died last Christmas.
Love Island star Montana Brown opened up about her devastation over her friend's death – claiming he was in a dark place months ago and turned to self-help books to keep him going.
Reality star Montana wrote a heartbreakingly honest tribute to her close pal, saying she was angry at him for dying and wished she could have helped more, and later went on This Morning.
The Sun Online reported that the reality star had spent six months battling depression and is said to have started taking anti-depressants back in September and had been trying to turn his career around by going back to football.
He'd been a professional footballer before turning to reality TV, and was also making plans to open his own restaurant.
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