Yolanda Hadid says she stills feels ‘like s**t’ as she marks one year of remission from Lyme Disease

A year after entering remission from Lyme’s Disease, Yolanda Hadid revealed Thursday she’s still struggling, bluntly stating, ‘I feel like s**t.’

Hadid made this statement while speaking at the Global Lyme Alliance Fourth Annual New York City Gala, adding she’s been in treatment all day and, ‘I showed up because this has to change.’

She added at the Gala, ‘what keeps me getting up every morning is my two children that also have Lyme Disease.’

Fighting Lyme: Yolanda Hadid revealed she still 'feels like s**t' one year after entering remission from Lyme Disease

Fighting Lyme: Yolanda Hadid revealed she still 'feels like s**t' one year after entering remission from Lyme Disease

Fighting Lyme: Yolanda Hadid revealed she still ‘feels like s**t’ one year after entering remission from Lyme Disease

The children Hadid, 54, referred to are Bella Hadid, 22, and Anwar Hadid, 19, although her third child, Gigi Hadid, 23, does not have Lyme Disease.

‘Quite often, I just went to get on with my life and pretend the whole nightmare never happened,’ Hadid said at the gala.

‘Unfortunately I’m back into not feeling good, wanting to crawl into a hole and wait for it all to pass,’the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star added.

She added, ‘But I also understand the higher purpose of my journey is to continue to bring awareness to this awful disease until the change is made.’

Family batle: The children Hadid, 54, referred to are Bella Hadid, 22, and Anwar Hadid, 19, although her third child, Gigi Hadid, 23, does not have Lyme Disease.

Family batle: The children Hadid, 54, referred to are Bella Hadid, 22, and Anwar Hadid, 19, although her third child, Gigi Hadid, 23, does not have Lyme Disease.

Family batle: The children Hadid, 54, referred to are Bella Hadid, 22, and Anwar Hadid, 19, although her third child, Gigi Hadid, 23, does not have Lyme Disease.

 Yolanda began to get emotional, when adding what ‘keeps me awake at night’ is not her own journey with this disease, but, ‘the journey of my children and so many children in the world that don’t get the proper treatments they deserve.’

‘Living in today’s world is hard enough, as a healthy child,’ Hadid added. ‘It’s time that we all put an end to this.’

‘If I die next week, next month, next year — this is the most, the greatest cause I have ever fought for,’ she added.

Still battling: 'Unfortunately I'm back into not feeling good, wanting to crawl into a hole and wait for it all to pass,'the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star added

Still battling: 'Unfortunately I'm back into not feeling good, wanting to crawl into a hole and wait for it all to pass,'the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star added

Still battling: ‘Unfortunately I’m back into not feeling good, wanting to crawl into a hole and wait for it all to pass,’the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star added

‘I got sick in 2000. We’re now in 2018. I had one year of remission,’ Hadid added about her history with the disease.

She has always been quite open about her struggles with Lyme Disease, including her four seasons on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

She also wrote a 2017 memoir Believe Me: My Battle with the Invisible Disability of Lyme Disease.

Opening up: Hadid has always been quite open about her struggles with Lyme Disease

Opening up: Hadid has always been quite open about her struggles with Lyme Disease

Opening up: Hadid has always been quite open about her struggles with Lyme Disease

Real Housewives of New York alum Ramona Singer was the honored guest at this year’s gala (Yolanda was the honored guest in 2015), with Singer opening up about her sister’s battle with Lyme Disease during the evening.

Others in attendance at the New York City event include Real Housewives alums Luann de Lesseps, Dorinda Medley, Sonja Morgan and Tinsley Mortimer

  

To be continued

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