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Dixie D’Amelio reveals she was jealous of her sister Charli D’Amelio

Find out what was the reason behind the feud.

Dixie D’Amelio reveals she was jealous of her sister Charli D’Amelio

In a recent episode of the ‘Madhappy’ podcast, Dixie D’Amelio opened up about her experience with mental health and being jealous of her sister Charli D’Amelio.

D’Amelio shared her struggle with depression with the founders of Madhappy Mason Spector and Peiman Raf:

“I’ve had a bunch of concussions, so I would stay out of school for long periods of time. Concussions kind of go hand in hand with depression, because you’re completely taken out of a place, have to be by yourself, and then the anxiety of ‘I have to make up all this stuff’. I was like, kind of jealous of Charli at that time, because she was healthy. I was like, ‘I’m going through all this. You don’t have to be in pain all the time. I always have a migraine and you can dance. That’s the thing you love, and you can do it and I didn’t have that.”

She also stated that they barely had a relationship prior to building their social media careers:

“We used to not have a relationship at all. We wouldn’t talk, nothing. We would just see each other around the house sometimes, but we could go weeks without having a conversation. She was in middle school and I was in high school. We were both really struggling with mental health and just friendships and not having anyone. We were both going through the same exact thing, but I think it was the constant, ‘you don’t know what you’re talking about, you don’t have it like I do.’ It was just kind of a competition of mental health and that really split us apart.”

On the up side, all is well between the two TikTok stars now. D’Amelio revealed that she later apologized to her sister and since then have a strong bond:

“I was like, ‘I’m so sorry. That wasn’t me at all. That was just a shell of who I was, and I stopped caring because it felt like everything was going bad. When I finally got my life together, I was so happy to have her and my family.”

You can listen to the Madhappy podcast with Dixie D’Amelio on Spotify here.