The youngest Brown child seems to be dropping hints about being broken even after her mom has successfully battled cancer.
Following her mother’s recent bout with cancer and successful recovery, it’s Rain Brown’s turn to worry fans after a series of recent posts hinted at her being in a low point in her life.
The youngest daughter in the Alaskan Bush Family recently alluded to feeling “broken” when she shared a cryptic post with a photo where she’s sitting on the floor holding a pint of chocolate ice cream. In her caption, she wrote,
“To everyone out here who feels broken…someday you will be immensely happy eating ice cream on the floor alone at six in the morning.”
Seemingly referring to her own present state, the reality star further fueled suspicions of her depressed state when she revealed she was having a hard day on Thursday. According to Radar Online, the 15-year-old posted a photo of a tiny rainbow that appeared in her ceiling and captioned it,
“I just wanted to share this cute little thing that happened to me on a hard day. Everyday might not be good, but there is something good in everyday.”
Rain’s battle with depression has been subject of talk ever since she confessed to it in 2017. Making matters worse, she struggled with her mother Ami Brown’s cancer diagnosis last year, after the matriarch was given a 3% chance of survival. She admitted to a fan on her Instagram that the only thing that helped her during that painful ordeal and gave her hope was her mother waking up every day.
But things turned around for Ami who successfully beat her cancer after two rounds of chemotherapy treatment. Early this year, she was declared cancer-free by doctors making it a miraculous recovery.
Now 30 lbs heavier since losing weight due to her cancer, Amy’s health has significantly improved and this should uplift Rain’s spirits as well. But her recent posts seem to reveal otherwise. What could be causing her brokenness lately? With the way she’s been opening up to social media, it may just be a matter of time before Rain reveals it.