Savannah Chrisley, a reality celebrity, admitted for the first time that she attempted suicide. She did it when she was a teenager including a bottle of narcotics. This information was given by Chrisley.
The most current edition of Savannah’s podcast, titled “Unlocked,” is an interview with Dr Daniel Amen. Throughout this episode, Savannah and Dr Amen discuss the state of brain health. To be more specific, they talked about traumatic brain injuries. However, the ways in which having such an injury can lead a person to think about taking their own life or killing themselves. During the discussion about this subject. However, Savannah raised her voice and expressed the reasoning behind why she had brought up the question.
“Now, the reason I bring this up is because of something that occurred in the past to me. I had tried my hand at ending my life, but it didn’t work out “…as she explained it. “To tell you the truth, we haven’t really covered that ground previously.
But I did take the entire bottle of pills, and it’s obvious that it didn’t work because I’m sitting here today. But ever since then, I feel like it’s the most bothersome thing in the world with my brain. And my memory because everything feels so hazy. I’m not sure why this is happening.”
Savannah agreed to receive the scan
Amen then suggested that Savannah obtain a brain scan to determine. It was to determine whether or not it could tell anything about the health of her brain. Savannah has given her consent to get the scan.
Because if you were able to see things clearly in the past and you are unable to do so now. Also, something must have changed “Amen said Savannah. If you are able to observe it then you are in a position to visit it.
Savannah Chrisley discussed her struggles with mental health on her podcast back in November. Furthermore, shortly after her parents, Todd and Julie Chrisley were found guilty of federal tax fraud. Moreover, they were sentenced to a combined total of 19 years in jail for their crimes. Savannah’s parents were found guilty of a total of 19 years in jail for their crimes.
In that episode, Savannah talked about her attempt at suicide when she was a teenager. Also, it was about how leaning on her father for support during those difficult times was vital in helping her get through it. She also talked about how she tried to kill herself.
“I remember that next morning waking up and there being a devotional. Savannah said, referring to the morning after her failed attempt to end her life by taking her own life. “That is why I speak so highly of Joel because he kinda saved me,” Savannah said. “I suffered from pretty serious depression, and I remember that the next morning after I woke up. There was a devotional from Joel Osteen,” Savannah recalled. “It truly helped me get out of my dark place.”
And the devotional was Romans 8:28, which stated that through whatever trials and tribulations you go through. God is going to turn around and use it to your advantage. Moreover, it was in the snap of a finger, I went from being angry at God to be in my heart saying. “All right, God, you know what, why not me”?
The verse stated that through whatever trials and tribulations you go through. However, God is going to turn around and use it to your advantage. After getting angry with God for a while. I eventually asked him, “All right, God, you know what, why not me”? To put it another way, what differentiates me from everyone else to the point that I should have to go through these things”?
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