"The Dog Whisperer" Cesar Millan is usually focused on rehabbing canines -- but he's now revealing some work he had to do on himself following a suicide attempt in 2010.
In February of that year, he lost his top dog, Daddy, to cancer after 16 years as a team. A month later, Millan's wife told him she wanted a divorce after 16 years of marriage. The combined blow knocked him for a loop, he shares in "Cesar Millan: The Real Story," a documentary on Nat Geo Wild.
In May 2010, he attempted suicide via drug overdose, winding up unconscious and hospitalized, he said. In June, news of his divorce went public.
While he had acknowledged on his blog that the summer of 2010 was "the lowest level I had ever been emotionally and psychologically," he hadn't previously mentioned the suicide attempt.