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Delilah Belle Hamlin has been breaking her silence on social media about how they have to overcome a very difficult year.
The daughter of a reality TV star, Lisa Rinna and actor Harry Hamlin, revealed through a series of very candid posts it on her Instagram accounts on Friday that they will go to rehab two times in the last year.
The 21-year-old said that she needed to work on her mental health and she called the rehab is a life-changing experience and the best thing that has ever happened to me.”
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Hamlin added that she hopes that by speaking out about her experience, she can help others who are struggling, and to be ashamed of or discouraged from talking to other people.
(L-R) Amelia Gray, Harry Hamlin, Delilah Belle-Lisa Rinna a birthday party in Los Angeles
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“I’ve been hesitant to share this information with all of you, because there are so many of you are now, and sometimes that scares me,” the model explained. “My aim is to try to do my best to be a positive influence for my younger followers. I wanted to share it with you guys today, because it’s supposed to be able to help at least one person who is struggling with anxiety and / or depression.”
“This time last year, when I was in rehab. I moved to New York city to begin my journey as a student at NYU. Not long after I moved to New York, I came up with a terrible depression,” Hamlin continued. “I got started with the work of the negative people in my life, and my thoughts were so negative.”
She admitted that she had been in a very unhealthy relationship, that “pushed me over the edge,” and it was huge, so she called her mother and went back home to Los Angeles in the month of February.
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“Two weeks later, I was admitted into a rehab facility,” Hamlin said. “I know that the way in which I was living was unhealthy and detrimental to my mental health, so I called my mom and told her that I needed help.”
In rehab, they’re taught about “self-reliance, to feel less embarrassed and guilty,” and the practice of self-love. Hamlin returned to the facility for a two-month stint: “I’ve learned what self-respect meant to be.”
“No, it is fine. Only do things that make you happy and make you feel good about yourself. Don’t let any other person take over your life, and tell us who you are or what you are,” she said. “Take control of your life and get rid of all the negative people and the energy that can surround you. And I can guarantee you that this will lead to a happier life, even if it is at the moment.”
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The model told her followers that it’s okay to be “vulnerable” and admitting that you need help with it because “it will change your life.”