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Chrissy Teigen asks if it’s ‘possible to overdose on therapy’ following the heartbreaking loss of her on Jack


MODEL Chrissy Teigen, who recently lost her baby son Jack, shared a bubble bath session on her Instagram story on Sunday morning and asked if it’s possible “to overdose on therapy.”

Chrissy has been open about her struggle with depression since she and her husband, singer John Legend, lost their third child in September. 

Chrissy Teigen asked if it is possible ‘to overdose on therapy

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Chrissy Teigen asked if it is possible ‘to overdose on therapyCredit: Instagram
Chrissy Teigen said ‘I feel good,’ despite asking if it is possible to overdose on therapy

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Chrissy Teigen said ‘I feel good,’ despite asking if it is possible to overdose on therapyCredit: Instagram

In her videos, Chrissy was surrounded by bath bubbles and told her Instagram followers, “I’m doing good, I feel good,” and said her legs were working again after not showering for six weeks because she couldn’t get the energy to stand. 

“I am … is it possible to be, to overdose on therapy?” Chrissy asked. 

“I think I might have that. But I don’t know, I guess I feel good. I feel good—today.”

Chrissy Teigen opened up about therapy during a bubble bath that she posted to her Instagram story

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Chrissy Teigen opened up about therapy during a bubble bath that she posted to her Instagram storyCredit: Instagram
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend named their third child Jack before he died

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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend named their third child Jack before he diedCredit: EPA

Chrissy has gone through a rollercoaster of emotions since the painful moments in the hospital that she and her husband got photographed in black-and-white and shared with the world. 

“I’m so sorry that the first few moments of your life were met with so many complications, that we couldn’t give you the home you needed to survive. We will always love you,” Chrissy wrote to Jack at the time. 

On Wednesday, Chrissy admitted she was not tweeting much because she was “in a bit of a grief depression hole,” but assured fans that they did not need to worry because she had help around her and would be “fixed soon.” 

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend have two children

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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend have two childrenCredit: Refer to Caption
Chrissy Teigen and her husband John Legend lost their baby boy Jack in September

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Chrissy Teigen and her husband John Legend lost their baby boy Jack in SeptemberCredit: Instagram/Chrissy Teigen

Then on Friday, Chrissy posted a video of herself embracing her father, Ron Teigen Jr, along with her four-year-old daughter Luna Stephens, and stated that she was “so happy” to see him after weeks of coronavirus testing. 

But on Sunday, Chrissy appeared to be in try to soothe her down again spirits with a bubble bath. 

She said she had figured out a blend of five products from Amazon that create the perfect bubbles and was listening to her favorite True Crime podcast at 6am. 

Chrissy Teigen has been open about her struggle with depression since losing her baby boy

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Chrissy Teigen has been open about her struggle with depression since losing her baby boyCredit: Instagram/Chrissy Teigen
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend shared black-and-white photos from the hospital

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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend shared black-and-white photos from the hospitalCredit: Instagram/Chrissy Teigen

After her bath, Chrissy said she wished there was a product to dissolve the bubbles.

She added that amid her depression and cravings, she has had to laugh “or I will go crazy.”

The model and TV personality then showed herself in a black “workout catsuit” jumpsuit and explained that her level of happiness is reflected in what she wears. 

Her highest level of happiness, 1, is a very plain silk dress, a cardigan and no makeup, while “pure sadness,” level 10, is wearing three layers of Barefoot Dreams apparel. 

Chrissy said that her workout catsuit was close to a 3 on that happiness scale, which is “really quite good, really really good, actually.”





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