The Bachelorette star Andi Dorfman may be letting the world know that her break up from fiance Josh Murray was extremely difficult.

The tenth-season The Bachelorette star posted an image on Instagram Friday featuring a quote that may actually pertain to how she's been nursing her broken heart.

"It's family and friends who pick us up when we fall down," Dorfman wrote. "And if they can't pick us up, they lie down next to us and just listen and love."

Dorfman has been silent about her split from Murray ever since making the sad announcement on January 8. Murray has also avoided press despite posting a photo on Instagram a little over a week ago that was about prayer and could've been interpreted as him going through an emotional struggle. Once the post started to get a lot of attention, he deleted it.

The photo, according to Us Weekly, featured the silhouette of a man kneeling with one arm raised to the sky with the following caption: "Lord, help me to have faith in your plan."

Dorfman, 27, and Murray, 30, got engaged in May 2014 although the proposal didn't air on The Bachelorette until late July. At the time, they had been banking on a Spring 2015 wedding.

Although putting up a united front at the The Bachelor's Season 19 live-premiere event two weeks ago, the pair released a joint statement to the media shortly afterwards.

"After several months of being engaged and working on our relationship, we have decided that it's best for both of us to go our separate ways. We are very sad that it has come to this point, but this is what's best for both of us individually," Dorfman and Murray said.

"We will continue to be good friends and have nothing but great things to say about each other and wish each other the best."

Prior to her stint on The Bachelorette, Dorfman competed for Juan Pablo Galavis' heart on The Bachelor's eighteenth season. She dumped him immediately after their terrible overnight fantasy-suite date.
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