Savannah Chrisley has opened up about her personal struggles with endometriosis. The Chrisley Knows Best star took to Instagram on August 17, 2020 to discuss her health challenges. In what she described as a “vulnerable moment,” Chrisley shared a photo of her holding a packet of information labeled, “CENTER FOR ENDOMETRIOSIS CARE” and a caption that read, “I haven’t talked about this much because honestly…I have struggled BIG TIME. I’m insanely self-conscious and just feel like my body has given up on me,” she revealed. “I was diagnosed with Endometriosis when I was 18 and it’s been quite the struggle.”

“The pain at times is unbearable and the toll it takes on my emotional/psychological health is pretty rough at times,” she confessed, noting that she would undergo a third surgery to treat her condition.  

Why is the reality star ready to share such personal health information with her fans now? Keep reading to learn more.

Savannah Chrisley struggles with the 'pressure to be perfect'

In an interview with People in July 2020, Savannah Chrisley spoke candidly about the untold truth of filming Chrisley Knows Best. “Growing up on TV, a lot of people think oh that’s amazing but for me I know there was a lot of pressure to be perfect and to know that mothers are allowing their daughters to follow me on social media and look up to me,” she said. “I’ve put a lot of pressure on myself in order to live this perfect life and not disappoint people.” 

Chrisley also revealed that therapy has been an integral part of overcoming her anxiety. “Right now, I’m at a place where I want to live my life for myself and not be so fixated on what people think. Opinions hurt. I see them and sometimes they hit close to home. You have to have that healthy balance, and for me I am a huge advocate for therapy. I think it takes a lot of strength to go and talk to someone, and that’s been my saving grace throughout this whole thing.” She said that her reality TV lifestyle “has had it’s pros and cons, but overall it’s given us a platform to help others and meet a lot of people. I don’t think we can complain too much.”

Best wishes to Savannah for a smooth surgery and speedy recovery! Something tells us papa bear Todd Chrisley will be there to take care of her every step of the way!

If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health, please contact the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741741, or call the National Alliance on Mental Illness Helpline at 1-800-950-NAMI (6264).

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