Amber Portwood has been MIA from social media for almost a month but made a return Monday morning with a revamped attitude on life and herself.
The “Teen Mom” star took to social media and revealed to fans that she was both looking good and feeling good after taking some time for herself.
“Good morning to absolutely every beautiful human being out there!” Portwood began her message to fans while showing off a new photo of herself lying down and looking back at the camera.
“Gained 10 lbs and feeling a lot better! Working on myself harder than ever. Much improvement and progress but more to come,” Portwood wrote to her millions of fans.
In the photo, the MTV star can be seen leaning back and showing off some cleavage for the fans. The reality star, who has dealt with her fair share of turmoil over the past year, appears to look happy and healthy as she continues to rebuild her life and navigate going forward after splitting with baby daddy Andrew Glennon.
Ever since Amber Portwood’s arrest last year after a fight with Andrew Glennon during 4th of July, the “Teen Mom” has been working hard to address her mental health issues. Portwood had even handed over the control of her social media to her team during the trying time as she strictly wanted to focus on bettering herself. It seems the most recent update won’t be a regular thing as Portwood is continuing to stay focused on herself and family.
“let’s be healthy my #mentalhealthcommunity we got this as long as we keep growing! Education is key! Last pic for a long time however I wanted to update you guy’s as much as I can. Please be safe #sendinglove #beautifulsouls,” Portwood reminded her fans.
Even though Amber Portwood wanted to update her fans, she did not give them the option to respond back as the reality star disabled her comments on the Instagram post. However, even though nobody could comment the photo still garnered over 20,000 likes just hours after being posted.
Back in November, Portwood made it clear that she needed to switch things up on social media as she worked to better herself and create a stable life for her family.
“I have to be done with this for myself to evolve and move forward. This is not worth me or my family’s stress. We are moving on while I am getting the help I need to better myself and live a healthy life. In the end it is all irrelevant because we are all human and make mistakes. Own up to them and try to become the person you want to be truly. Sending love to all the beautiful souls trying for a better life.”
Keep up the good work, Amber.