Little People’s Isabel Roloff asks fans for affirmations in new photo as she admits she’s going through the ‘toughest time’
Little People, Big World’s Isabel Roloff took to social media to ask her fans for help.
Recently, Isabel asked her followers for self-affirmations she could use to boost her confidence as a mother on her Instagram Stories.
The 26-year-old’s question was simple and came after she admitted she was going through “the most difficult time”.
Isabel’s direct question to her followers was, “What affirmations or things do you say to yourself to remind yourself that you’re a good parent?”
The TLC star shared a fan’s answer to her question in a separate Instagram story.
In that post, one fan replied, “I got it. One day at a time,” as an affirmation she could use.
Isabel thanked the fan for giving her the helpful phrase without including unsolicited “parenting advice” in the story’s caption.
“Thanks! That’s more what I was looking for, not advice for parents.
“I KNOW I’m a good mom, I was just curious how you remember…
“Affirmations really click for me and it helps sometimes to say them out loud.”
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She gave birth to her and husband Jacob’s son Mateo in 2021.
In the following Instagram Story, Isabel continued, “I love this kid so much and want to do my best for him.
“Sometimes that comes with little pep talks for myself.”
Recently, the TV personality opened up on social media about the difficult things going on in her life.
Isabel wrote: “I am currently easily going through one of the weirdest/hardest times of my life right now.
“Every day feels like a marathon. If this is you too, you’re not alone. Better days are ahead, I can feel it,” she concluded with a red heart emoji.
Earlier this month, Isabel shared a similar message on Instagram as she encounters “battles” in her life.
The mother-of-one posted a video of herself walking around with a giant cowboy hat on her newly styled hair.
As Sharon Van Etten’s song Every Time the Sun Comes Up played in the background, a possibly disturbing message scrolled across the screen.
“Please try to remember,” she shared, “Everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about.
“So be really, really nice if you can.”
Isabel went into a bit more detail in the caption.
“I know it’s hard to keep in mind,” Isabel explained.
“Someone cuts you off, or they’re taking too long ahead of you in the queue, or whatever.
“They have their history, and I’m sure they try in any capacity that feels like it.
“So be kind relentlessly. It’s important.”
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