Dixie D'Amelio talks opening up about her mental health journey on her show!

Dixie D'Amelio talks opening up about her mental health journey on her show!

'The D'Amelio Show' premieres this month on Hulu. 

Dixie D'Amelio isn't afraid to show her most vulnerable side. In a new interview with PEOPLE (The TV Show!) alongside her sister Charli and parents Heidi and Marc, the 20-year-old social media star opened up about her decision to document her mental health journey on The D'Amelio Show.

The docuseries, which was first announced in December, premieres on Hulu on September 3. It will take a closer look into the lives of TikTok's most famous family throughout an eight-episode run. In addition to showing how the family adjusts to overnight fame, The D'Amelio Show will also document Dixie's mental health struggles.

"I had a talk with my parents, and they were like, 'We want to follow this story if you're okay with that,' and I was like, 'Yes' because I know I'm going to get better, and I would love for me to see my journey", the singer explained. "I think it's important because it's hard to talk in a YouTube video or a TikTok about my mental health because it's just not everything, I could never show every part on like a short-form platform."

"So being able to do this on the Hulu show has really shown every step of the way, and I've seen my personality change and how I am as a person", added Dixie, who has previously detailed her battle with depression and anxiety.

The D'Amelio family

About her daughter's mental health, Heidi said, "I think any parent can agree when you see your kids going through something or struggling with their mental health, you know, we don't have all the answers, we don't know what we're doing, we're doing our best. You see that a lot in the show for Mark and I."

"It's tough", quipped Marc. "I do think there's a lot of good that's going to come out of it. I think young people are starting to talk more about mental health, and it comes over truthful and it's exactly what happened."

"As a dad, as a parent, you're always try to fix things — that's the hardest part about mental health is you can't just wave a magic wand, and you have to be supportive", he added.

In case you missed it, Charli recently opened up about the 'real side' of puberty. Click here to learn more!

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