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Jesse James Decker reveals the fight against depression: "It's up and down"

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Jessie James Deckerbecame open about her mental health when fighting some "lows".

Decker, 34, wrote a long Instagram post that fills her 4.1 million followers about the struggles she faces in her life and in her country music career.

"I want to be open and honest," she wrote. "I've had a hard time in the last few years. It goes up and down. There were really beautiful and amazing moments, but there were also pretty low lows.

" Why I want this Share this I do because I've reached the point where I was trying to hide my vulnerabilities. Because keeping everything looking good hides the internal hardships.

Jessie James Decker opened up about her depression in a lengthy Instagram post.

Jesse James Decker has been her depression for a long time An open Instagram post about illness. (John Wolfsohn)


"I have always felt the obligation to make people smile, make them happy, make them laugh, and always be that cheerful girl. I am incredibly loving with healthy children. I've been living a very blessed life with a husband's rock. I've had a hard time over the last few years. My anxiety, self-esteem, and self-confidence have worsened. "

My show" Eric&Jesse { Reality TV star, who starred in 45}, is married to former NFL wide receiver Eric Decker. The two share three children — Vivianne Rose, Eric "Bubby" Thomas II , Forrest Bradley.

Decker also said he was suffering from problems with his country music career.

Jessie, who is married to Eric Decker, touched on the issues she's been dealing with in her life.

Jesse, who is married to Eric Decker, says she The problems that she has dealt with in her life. (Terry Wyatt / WireImage)

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"I've wanted to be a country singer since I was nine. Sometimes I'm constantly fighting other industries to prove I'm not a TV personality.

"As a woman in 2022, why can't I have a family, publish a book, own a fashion brand, an influencer, and I have a big dream I'm doing TV without wondering if I'm taking my music career seriously just because I made it .. Last summer, after she shared her photo in her bikini, about this issue I talked.

The reality TV star also talked about struggling to be taken seriously as a country music artist.

Real TV stars count I also talked about the difficulty of being taken seriously as ry music artist. (Getty Images)

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"It's pretty terrible, and I can't believe this is still happening in the world — people do this That's what she said at the time. "Yes, I've gained 100% weight. I used to be crazy about it. I tried to maintain a constant weight, but recently I've decided to keep myself alive for the past year.

"Exercise and eat what you want, 10 pounds heavier than before 100%. "

LaurynOverhultz is an entertainment writer for FoxNews Digital.