Rain Brown has been going through a lot over the past several months.
As reported on at length, the Alaskan Bush People star and her siblings are faced with the strong possibility that their mother will soon pass away, considering Ami Brown’s lung cancer diagnosis.
In response, the 14-year old has been taking often to social media, having to actually deal with trolls who are giving her a hard time over the way she’s handling this difficult situation.
Thankfully, Rain hasn’t been backing down.
In a new Instagram post, the teenager opened up like never before about her present state of mind, her past and how no one should ever lose hope.
Scroll down for the latest from Rain Brown…
Rain has starred on Alaskan Bush People since its very first episode. She has basically grown up in the spotlight, due to the popularity of this Discovery Channel series.
She Calls Her Social Media Followers “Rainbows”
Get it? We sort of love it. And Brown has always been very open about herself and her family on Instagram.
Mother Ami Brown has stage four lung cancer. Her odds of long-term survival are very low. Rain has not talked specifically about this sad situation very often, but she has referenced it in general and thanked fans for their support, saying at one point: “Love is never wrong… just be and love yourself the rest will fall into place… All of your support and love is amazing and it’s great to know there are so many Rainbows out there.”
That Brings Us to This Meme
Rain shared it on September 28, 2017 and used it as a jumping off point to send her followers an important message.
Take It Away, Rain:
This is how Rain opened her emotional note: “This probably speaks to a lot of you out there and I just wanted to let you know you’re not alone and your feelings matter!…”
I Feel Your Pain:
“The way you feel isn’t stupid, I’ve struggled with a lot of depression over the last couple years, I was told it was puberty I was told I was too young to feel any real emotion that I “wasn’t fully developed so my brain couldn’t have actually been depressed” one of the main things I struggle with is my age.