Audrey often says misguided things about love and relationships, or food decisions she makes on behalf of her children. Because Audrey often says misguided things about love and relationships and/or about food decisions she makes on behalf of her children.
Okay, Fair point.
Audrey Roloff shared this photo in recognization of her own birthday in 2023.
In this latest case, the mother of three held an Instagram Q&A session on August 7 after a fan asked for tips on dealing with anxiety and stress. Roloff responded in a controversial manner:
didn’t refer to anxiety as a “massive problem” and didn’t want it “oversimplified,” but also concluded that many
overcomplicated” Couldn’t you have ignored this question?
(Instagram)“Find out the root cause of your anxiety instead of just treating your symptoms. Audrey added, “Make lifestyle changes according to your needs.” “Ask God, ‘What do you want me to know about my anxiety?’ and quiet your mind enough to listen.” “Ask God, ‘What do you want me to know about my anxiety?’ and quiet your mind enough to listen.”As you might expect, suggesting that folks ASK GOD about their anxiety, while not mentioning anything at all about seeking professional assistance, earned Roloff quite a few rebukes online.Audrey Roloff is seen here, defending her views on mental health.
never said nor encouraged people to not seek treatment,” Audrey claimed after seeing the barrage of comments on her account.
“In fact, I encouraged the opposite,” she responded via her Instagram Stories. Audrey Roloff responded via Instagram Stories to the barrage of comments on her account.
never said nor encouraged people not to seek treatment,” Audrey claimed after seeing the barrage of comments.
“Highly disagree on this. You cannot understand what it is like until you have experienced it. Unless you have truly experienced it, you cannot understand what it is like.”[I]Audrey Roloff posted this lovely family photo in honor of Easter 2023.
Other social media users referenced extreme situations where anxiety stemmed from childhood trauma and abuse, prompting this reply by Roloff:
“I believe you can be healed from childhood trauma. She continued, “I disagree with the claim that we cannot be healed this side of eternity.”
Audrey Roloff shows off her bikini body while on vacation in the Cayman Islands.
In the end, we’re guessing Roloff does believe in therapy and that people can truly be affected by anxiety.
But we have to ask overall: