Married At First Sight Australia's Tracey Jewel has been hospitalised and is undergoing tests due to a secret health battle. The reality star shared a photo of herself in the hospital on social media, reminding her followers to take it easy.
"I've always connected my self-worth to doing. I always had to be doing. Doing business, doing more for staff, for customers, for my family and burning myself to the ground in the process," she said. "These situations always came undone in the end. When I stopped doing so much people turned against me, and businesses didn't work out. And I'm done."
"I haven't really shared my health journey because I don't have all the answers yet. I did lose a crazy 12 kilos in less than a month and ended up in hospital with pneumonia and now I'm undergoing biopsies and testing which I'm waiting for the results. For the first time in a long time, I'm doing a break."
"I'm creating space to just be and not do. It's going to be tough to realise we are worthy no matter what and no matter what we do. I'll keep you posted." Her fans quickly flooded her comments with messages of support.
One user wrote: "Sorry to hear this Tracey. Hope you find some answers and get better soon. In a side note – epic pj's," while another posted: "You're doing the best you can. I hope you're feeling better soon." A concerned fan added: "You're 'doing' the right thing by you."
"Your friends and family will be doing their best to support you so you can get back to doing things at a slower pace 🙂 hopes and cares Tracey." Another follower wrote: "Sorry to hear your news Tracey, your health and well-being is far more important. We often feel we have to prove our worth by constantly doing so, yet our worth should never be questioned. Take care of you first."
Tracey previously opened up about battling depression and anxiety in secret. The reality star hid her struggles from everyone and focused on working and raising her two year old son Frankie and 10 year old daughter Grace. She opened up on Instagram and said she found herself "spiralling into a deep hole of depression and anxiety."
She stopped talking to many friends, focused on work and "stopped doing the things that brought me joy and self-care like getting my hair and eyelashes done, dressing nice and even exercising."
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