We're thankful that Tamar Braxton is on the road to recovery and the singer and reality show star posted her thanks to her fans and supporters on social media.

According to CNN, Tamar posted a photo of herself and her son Logan thanking fans for their prayers and stated that "mental illness is real" and encouraged people to end the stigma associated with it.

Also written in the lengthy IG statement which was also posted to her Twitter account, Tamar lashed out at WeTV, the network that carries and produces "Braxton Family Values" and Tamar's own reality show "Get Ya Life" which was pushed back to September after her suicide attempt. Braxton said she felt like the network was taking advantage of her and she was "overworked and underpaid."

In response, WeTV announced that they would be no longer working with Tamar at her request but still has plans to air episodes of "Braxton Family Values" where Tamar makes a few appearances before her suicide attempt and they will also air the 6 completed episodes of "Get Ya Life" which will begin airing on September 10.