Aerosmith vocalist Steven Tyler’s daughter Mia Tyler has shared a photo of herself on her official Instagram account and penned a heart-wrenching letter about her life.

In this sorrowful letter, Mia mentioned the problems that she faced after losing her mother in 2002. Here’s what she wrote:

“Something no one talks a whole lot about when you have kids is, losing your identity and the journey to finding it again. I spent the last 3 years completely shedding my skin and becoming “Mama”. I’m in no way complaining because this is a name I wanted my whole life. I’m a lone Wolf by nature, always have been. So naturally as a single mom, I adapted pretty well from the jump. I had to play both rolls and spent every second of every minute taking care of my Son. I was also mourning the loss of relationships that weren’t conducive to raising a child, dealing with wanting my own Mama, who passed away in 2002 and attempting to find my footing back on a world that seemed to have crumbled.

All while celebrating the greatest joy in my life, my Ax. All that is so taxing. So heavy. 6 months ago I put my kid in school hoping to get a mental break but that left me lonely and missing the only constant happiness in my life. After a month I found some joy. And took my life back mentally and physically. Now I feel like I’m finally in a great place to be creating again. I’ve been heavily inspired by being a mother, following some incredibly inspirational people like @thebirdspapaya and being surrounded by people who want to see me grow and be happy. I’m blessed to have all that I do have. And I want to give back. “

Mia Tyler continued:

“I want to photograph men and women who aren’t afraid of showing their insecurities or imperfections. I want to help make people feel good again like so many of you have helped me. I’m finding beauty everywhere I look. Including inside myself. If you’d like to go on this journey with me please send me a photo and tell me a little about who you are and your story to scarywearsboots@gmail.com Must be 18+ & in the Los Angeles area. All shapes, sizes, genders & ethnicities welcome. Let’s tell the world it’s ok to just be “ok” again. I love you all and am excited to heal together. I am also going to be way more active on my art account @boundtothrill”

Atreyu vocalist Brandon Saller added this comment:

“Absolutely love this. I’m in if u need a dude”

A fan named Lynda Rebustillo wrote this:

“You are such a beautiful person inside and out 🙏🏻💕”

Another fan named Cindy McFarland said:

“I love this !! So needed in this world 💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕 Bravo”

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Something no one talks a whole lot about when you have kids is, losing your identity and the journey to finding it again. I spent the last 3 years completely shedding my skin and becoming “Mama”. I’m in no way complaining because this is a name I wanted my whole life. I’m a lone Wolf by nature, always have been. So naturally as a single mom, I adapted pretty well from the jump. I had to play both rolls and spent every second of every minute taking care of my Son. I was also mourning the loss of relationships that weren’t conducive to raising a child, dealing with wanting my own Mama, who passed away in 2002 and attempting to find my footing back on a world that seemed to have crumbled. All while celebrating the greatest joy in my life, my Ax. All that is so taxing. So heavy. 6 months ago I put my kid in school hoping to get a mental break but that left me lonely and missing the only constant happiness in my life. After a month I found some joy. And took my life back mentally and physically. Now I feel like I’m finally in a great place to be creating again. I’ve been heavily inspired by being a mother, following some incredibly inspirational people like @thebirdspapaya and being surrounded by people who want to see me grow and be happy. I’m blessed to have all that I do have. And I want to give back. I want to photograph men and women who aren’t afraid of showing their insecurities or imperfections. I want to help make people feel good again like so many of you have helped me. I’m finding beauty everywhere I look. Including inside myself. If you’d like to go on this journey with me please send me a photo and tell me a little about who you are and your story to scarywearsboots@gmail.com Must be 18+ & in the Los Angeles area. All shapes, sizes, genders & ethnicities welcome. Let’s tell the world it’s ok to just be “ok” again. I love you all and am excited to heal together. I am also going to be way more active on my art account @boundtothrill

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