Duane 'Dog' Chapman Posts Outdoor Photo of Himself Sitting Alone and Fans Are Concerned

Tichafa Chidzonga
Dec 06, 2019
05:20 A.M.
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Fans show their concern after "Dog's Most Wanted" star, Duane "Dog" Chapman shares a throwback picture of himself sitting alone in a forest.

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It is no secret that Duane "Dog" Chapman has been going through a rollercoaster of emotions since his wife, Beth Chapman, died of cancer in June.

The reality star, has not held back in speaking candidly in interviews about how tough it has been living with the grief of her death. 

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However, just days after spending Thanksgiving with his family, he seemed to be at a loss for words. Reposting a picture from Beth's Instagram account he puts a caption saying "Posted."

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In the picture "Dog" is sitting in a forest, on a stone wall. Wearing his signature white tank top and black sunglasses, he is shown looking stoically into the distance. A fan rushes to show him support.

Fans sends a message of support to Duane “Dog” Chapman in response to a picture of himself sitting alone in a forest | Source: Instagram.com/duanedogchapman

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The somber message behind the post in which he tags Beth's Instagram handle has many fans concerned about his emotional state. One fan responds:

"Are u doing ok? Ur looking sad. Keep ur head up..."

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Shortly after her death, he was hospitalized for chest pains, which were discovered to be a pulmonary embolism. Responding to the picture with a message of concern, another fan says:

"Hope you're doing better dawg! You're one tough son of a gun and you gotta keep moving forward. Much love brother?."

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It is reported, "Dog" has found facing grief in the months following his wife's death to be particularly difficult when is alone, he explains:

"Some days -- as long as there's people around me -- then I'm smiling for the last three days. And, you know, it's helping, but I got to be alone. Because that's just how it is. And when I'm alone, it's a lot harder."

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The picture was posted by Beth in June, 2018. The couple had spent a romantic weekend together ahead of father's day. At the time, she mentions that it was a getaway before getting back to their busy lives. 

Adamant that he will date in the future, but never marry again, the picture was taken in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Their hometown is where the couple shared many great memories and ended her funeral with a memorial service at Heritage Christian Center in Aurora.

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