The spotlight paved the way for a reality series called The D'Amelio Show, but with popularity come critics, and when the comments on social media are filled with negativity, it can be challenging to find a way to not let them live rent-free in one's mind.
"For me specifically, I don't know about everyone else, but I don't really look at that stuff anymore," the brunette beauty noted.
Ignoring all the bad stuff people say has made things easier for the teenage dancing sensation. "Obviously, every day's different, and sometimes we're going to get down and upset, but I think it's definitely to a less extreme," she revealed.
The sisters have been candid about their panic attacks, anxiety and depression, and now they both see a therapist regularly.
"People have told me how talking about those things has helped them — and no Internet bully or troll could take that away," Charli stated.
Despite finding solutions that keep her at ease, Charli knows that her struggles are a part of her journey.
"I think you can't just close that book and never read it again. It's something that follows you," she admitted. "Your job and responsibility for your own mental health is to learn how to best handle that for yourself."
Charli had some wise advice when dealing with trolls on the internet. "It's still things that you have to deal with and it'll go up and down ... Just day by day, you never know," she said.
Charli spoke with People.