Little People's Isabel Roloff says she suffered a 'bad anxiety attack' & felt 'hopeless' after coping with 'trauma'

LITTLE People's Isabel Roloff revealed in a new Instagram post she suffered a 'bad anxiety attack.'

The reality star also shared she felt 'hopeless' after coping with 'trauma.'

Isabel posted a beautiful black-and-white snap kissing her husband Jacob captioned: "Yesterday I had a pretty bad anxiety attack and felt absolutely hopeless.

"Jacob talked me down and held space for me in the most understanding way. He said the most important words to an anxious person experiencing an attack, “Everything is going to be okay.”

"It calmed my heart in that moment. I thought about all of the ways he has supported me through the years regarding my trauma, pain, hurt and vice versa. A partner from my past told me once, 'You don’t handle your stress well.' Turns out, the right person will know what to say.

"It just reminded me even deeper how lucky I am to know a love like this. There was a time in my life when I thought I was too hard to love, where I was convinced that I was unworthy of it and that I came with too much baggage.

"Now I know that was never true. I am just grateful that I found someone who sees me for the loving human that I am, and not the hurting one that sometimes needs to be seen. May we all know love like this."

Last week Isabel clapped back at a troll who accused her of talking too much about her body and needing “more topics.”

The 24-year-old reality star recently opened up to fans about her past eating disorder struggles and learning to love herself.

A social media user told Isabel: “Like you need more topics…we know you love yourself and your body…”

She responded: “Incredibly disheartening to receive a message like this from a fellow woman. 

“I spent the majority of my 24 years of life just absolutely hating my body, so if I want to celebrate it, you bet your a** I am going to.” 

Isabel shut-down the hater concluding: “And by the way, I am just getting started.”

Back in November, the reality star admitted to her followers that she "starved herself" as a teen and was "wasting away" in an eating disorder battle.

She shared her story via an Instagram post that featured a current photo of her smiling in a red dress contrasted with a second photo, a shockingly skinny mirror selfie at age 14.

Isabel told her fans in the caption: "You don't need to be the same weight you were when you were fourteen.

"For a long time, I have had to remind myself that I was still growing at that age, that I was still developing, and I was also starving myself.

"It's nothing to strive for now that I am older, happier and healthier. This is recovery from an eating disorder."

Last month, Isabel opened up more about her health on Instagram sharing she recently had a medical emergency: "So this has been the year of health for me. Meaning my 24th year. The decision to be more health-conscious came after a scary trip to the ER with a burst ovarian cyst.

"That was June 2020. I didn't even have health insurance at the time, but then immediately following that I knew I needed to get it. It was an incredibly scary experience and kind of shook me a bit."

In another post, she continued: "After I got health insurance, I decided to take full advantage and look into the things I'd been long avoiding. For one, I started going to therapy. Which is a matter of health, mental health. Then I went for stomach pain I started noticing during my yoga teacher training, and it turned out to be gallstones."

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