Kylie Rae holds the disctinction of being the first person relasaed from AEW. She requested her release and soon stepped out of the spotlight.

Rae eventually resurfaced and she’s worked a few events, mostly around the Chicago area. She has now broken her silence in a big way to address mental illness and her binging, purging, and panic attacks.

Long post alert! This is a tough one: Here’s a non-edited picture of myself, no make-up, non-showered 😂. But hey, I’m down 7 pounds!
Aye let’s get vulnerable for a sec 😅 Mental illness is no joke y’all. On a real note, it’s been a rough time. Starving, then binging, gaining 15 pounds, excessive workouts, major depression, panic attacks, etc. I’ll spare all the details but one thing I’ve learned throughout this whole thing is: it’s okay to talk about it ☺️. Being able to open up with others and listen to stories, hearing, sharing knowledge, and learning how much others go through, as well as myself, along with different remedies on how to cope and overcome is one of my favorite parts about this life and has definitely helped me open up.
Thank you to anyone and everyone who has helped along the way, and hopefully this can even help someone else in need. 😅
Not where I used to be, but better than I was. Feel free to drop different therapeutic remedies and self care techniques below ❤️ #StrivingForProgress #NotPerfection #MoreSelfLove

Kylie Rae is not the only person who has to deal with these issues. Thankfully, she is in a position where she can hopefully inspire others.

H Jenkins

H Jeknins is a News Correspondent at Ringside News, keeping wrestling fans updated with timely and accurate reports on all things wrestling.

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