ANGELINA Pivarnick has left fans worried after sharing a heartbreaking post and caption on social media.
the Jersey Shore star posted their message on Instagram on Wednesday afternoon.
The 37-year-old shared a selfie of her crying and her mascara was very dirty from her tears.
She paired the depressing photo with a very long and sad caption.
She wrote: “The last three years have not been kind to me. When will my heart mend and heal? This year alone I’ve figured things out and I don’t even know how I can stand anymore…”
In the final episode of Family Reunion, Angelina discovers that she doesn’t know who her father is.
She continued: “I woke up crying this morning. Unless you struggle with the same thing, you won’t really know what it feels like.”
The TV star went on to say her identity was a “lie.”
She also added a prayer to help her “be strong forever” and have “good people” around her.
Angelina said: “This last week alone has been beyond painful. If you feel out of place, please take a DNA test.”
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“I know it’s scary, but at least you’ll know the truth.”
In the last part of her caption, she claimed that some people tried to “silence” her when she tried to tell her story.
Her answer: “And it won’t happen. I want you all to pray for me right now as much as you can.”
Then she said something very shocking: “I can’t do this much longer. I need happiness and peace.”
Finally, she admitted that she wanted to freeze her eggs: “I also wanted to be a mother. Freezing my eggs will soon be a must for me.”
“If anyone has any great, reputable places, please list them below. Thank you, I love you.”
She then added a comment to her post that said, “And we found him.”
Fans believe that she was deceptive in the search for her biological father.
Fans of the MTV star flooded her comments section with advice and love for Angelina.
One said: “With all due respect, in a crisis you should turn to professionals, not social media.”
Another said: “I’m sorry for your pain. All I know is that people and myself are praying for you… and you can and will heal. You are stronger than you think.”
A third said: “People need to understand that you are a person with real feelings, not just the character we see on our screen for a few minutes a week. I pray for your healing!!”
Someone said, “I feel your pain. At age 44 (after my mother’s death) I found out I had been lied to about who it was. It’s certainly not easy to deal with!”