In an Instagram video with Todd and Savannah earlier this month, Nic said he mistakenly mixed alcohol and medication after a bout with COVID-19. The concoction resulted in him blacking out and threatening his own life. He maintained he was "grateful" to still be alive.
Following the scare, the 24-year-old shared a quote on her Instagram Story about self-worth late on Thursday, February 10. "What if your worth has absolutely nothing to do with your achievements in life?" the quote began.
"What if your worth is actually not something to be questioned or influenced at all?" the quote continued. "And what if the equation looks more like: The better you FEEL equals the more you achieve?"
The former flames were first linked in 2017. They called off their engagement in 2020 after he popped the question in 2019. At the time, the blonde beauty revealed there was no bad blood between them, which "makes saying goodbye even harder."
Despite parting ways romantically, the former flames appear to be on good terms, as Nic is seemingly still close with her famous family. If the former couple never reconciles in the future, they will be lifelong friends because they "genuinely love each other," the reality star revealed.
Last month, Todd told Life & Style he wants his daughter to be happy. "I want her to be with a man that feeds her emotionally and psychologically and that takes huge levels of pride in her accomplishment," he explained. The 52-year-old also wished Nic well. He said he hopes the former ice hockey player finds a woman "who gives him those exact same things," too.
As reported by OK!, the Growing Up Chrisley star shared a quote on social media about bravery earlier this week after news of her ex's suicide attempt went public. "Be proud for being here. Be proud because you lived and showed up," part of the quote read. "Be proud for having had to face hardness. That in itself is a kindness you owe to yourself everyday."