Noting that things “can look good on the outside looking in through the window of one’s life,” Bindi asserts that “that doesn’t always happen.”
He said that he “wrestled for a long time wondering if I should share this journey with you in a public space,” and shared how he came to his decision to do so: “It came of the responsibility I feel to share my story. for other women who need help.”
His post also gave a serious message to fans.
“Please be gentle and stop before asking me (or any other woman) when we’re going to have more kids,” she shared. “After everything my body has been through, I feel so grateful that we have our beautiful daughter. She feels like a miracle to our family.”
He ended his post by offering words of understanding to those “struggling with the same story.”
“There is a stigma around this horrible disease,” Bindi said. “I’m sharing my story for anyone who reads this & is quietly dealing with pain & no answers. Let this be your validation that your pain is real & you deserve help. Keep looking for answers.”