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Jessie James Decker Shares Struggle With Body Image and Depression in Candid Post

“I’ve also been struggling with the challenges I face in my career,” she wrote. “I’ve been wanting to be a country singer since I was nine years old and sometimes, I feel like I’m constantly in a battle with the rest of the industry to prove to them that I’m not just a TV personality or an influencer because that has outshined my music.”

“As a woman in 2022,” the mom of three continued, “I don’t understand why I can’t have a family, publish books, own a fashion brand, be an influencer, and do TV without being questioned if I take my music career seriously just because I’ve chosen to dream big.”

After cancelling several shows, Jessie felt that she “let so many people down.” As a result, “it sent me down a spiral again of depression and made me worried no one would want to come once the tour is back up running later this summer.”

With more shows kicking off June 29 in Nashville, Jessie is working through her pain. She’s also receiving support from friends and family including husband Eric Decker who commented, “Love you!! Your vulnerability is inspiring and beautiful.”

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