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‘Alaskan Bush’ Star Rain Brown Reveals She’s ‘Broken’

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Feb. 9 2018, Published 6:16 p.m. ET

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Alaskan Bush People star Rain Brown is in a dark place once again.

In a shocking Instagram post, the youngest Brown family member hinted that she’s “broken” inside.

“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,” Brown, 15, captioned the photo as she was sitting on the ground holding a pint of chocolate ice cream.

Then, on Thursday, the reality star revealed another heartbreaking truth that she was having a tough day.

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Showing off a tiny rainbow that appeared on her ceiling, she explained to her fans, “I just wanted to share this cute little thing that happened to me on a hard day.”

She continued the Instagram post by sharing an uplifting quote for her followers about how to see the good in the bad.

“Everyday might not be good, but there is something good in everyday,” she wrote.

Billy and Ami Brown’s daughter has been vocal about her dark feelings in the past. As Radar reported, the star confessed in 2017 that she was struggling with depression.

Her depression battle exacerbated when it was revealed that matriarch Ami was dying of cancer and was given a three percent chance to live.

However, earlier this year the family revealed that Ami’s health has significantly improved and doctors marked her cancer-free.

Ami also gained a total of 30 pounds after a painful 2017 spent undergoing two rounds of chemotherapy far away from Browntown, in Los Angeles.

Rain, who is known for opening up with her fans on the social media platform, admitted to an Instagram follower what helped get her through the painful time of her mother’s cancer battle.

“What she did that gave me hope was wake up everyday,” Brown wrote.

What do you think of Rain’s latest depressing confessions? Sound off in the comments!

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