Paris Jackson could use your positive thoughts and prayers right about now.
She really can NOT use your insults.
The 18-year old uploaded an emotional video on Wednesday night, one that featured her breaking down in tears while talking about online trolls who have made turned her life into a nightmare.
"I don’t understand how there can be so much hatred in the world right now," the teenager said.
"I’ve tried sticking up for myself. I’ve tried the whole blocking the haters thing, not reading the comments, I’ve tried a lot of things. Ignoring it.
"But it’s hard."
Jackson, of course, has suffered through a difficult childhood.
She lost her famous father at the age of 11 and, let’s face it, life with Michael Jackson as your dad was likely its own challenge for a kid.
But Paris did write in June that things are looking up for her.
"We all go through hell every now and then but it makes us the warriors of love we were meant to be. So to anyone struggling, it gets better. You’re not alone," she wrote at time.
Sadly, things have taken a turn for the worst since then.
"When I was 14 I got so much hatred that I tried to kill myself and I took, like, a two-year break from social media and then people asked me to come back, to make my Instagram public again, so I did. And nothing changed!" she says below.
"I’m just tired of it. I’m just really, really tired. And, I mean, I know I’m not the only one."
In her video, Jackson actually references Justin Bieber, who deleted his Instagram account in August after bullies hurled hate at his new girlfriend, Sofia Richie.
"Justin Bieber went into a downward spiral because everybody that he dates gets so much hate," Jackson said.
"I have known his girlfriend, Sofia, since I was like 12 or 13. She’s one of the sweetest girls in the world and people are telling her to kill herself! I mean we’re human beings, man!
"We got hearts and brains and feelings, and when you say damaging things like that to people, it f–ks ’em up."
Jackson, who deleted the video soon after making it (but this is the Internet, nothing is ever really deleted), ended the footage by apologizing "for the rant" and added:
"It’s some stuff that I’ve been holding in for a long time. Years."
Unfortunately, it sounds like she received some backlash just for being honest and open here.
"looks like i’m the villain now," she wrote last night on Insgtagram. "didn’t know defending myself was a crime. my dearest apologies. guess my careers over lolol."
We feel for you, Paris. Please hang in there.
Watch the video now: