Chrissy Teigen opened up about her fall from grace and how being canceled drastically improved her life.

The “Cravings” author sat down with Hoda Kotb on Tuesday, October 26 on “TODAY.”

Hoda asked Chrissy, “Did you ever get to the bottom of like, ‘why did I do that stuff?’”

Chrissy replied, “Having this period of time and time to digest it all, and to look back and to realize that honestly there’s so much time to grow and to learn and to become more empathetic… I look at my kids and look at what I want their values to be and how I want them to treat people.”

Before getting canceled and called out for her ill behavior, Chrissy admitted that she would just throw things out onto the internet and didn’t realize people would actually read it.

She never thought about the impact her words would have or the person ‘on the other side’ of her tweets.

“Truly it made me a stronger person, a better person,” Chrissy admitted of being canceled. “I realized that I became… that’s when I went sober, I went clean, I’m actually 100 days sober today.”

In addition to her cancelation, Chrissy also lost a baby boy, Jack. She decdicated her newest cookbook, “Cravigns: All Together,” to her late son.

“I threw myself into the cookbook instead of processing it, so yeah it took a lot of therapy. I needed to be clear, that’s why, honestly, going sober was so important. I needed to be clear headed, I needed to be able to understand what I was taking in in therapy and really absorb it instead of just hiding behind alcohol,” Chrissy explained.