Both sisters get candid on the show about how their massive social media presence also leads to constant criticism from others, criticism that sometimes has a negative affect on them both.
Charlie said how she deals with internet "trolls" and haters "depends on the day," but admitted she "definitely" seeks professional help when the judgement of strangers online gets to be too much.
While trolls are ubiquitous online, Charli also said she didn't get as much hate as some might have expected after her recent debut on Time's Next 100 list -- with a blurb by Jennifer Lopez, no less.
"I did not, the reaction was actually super sweet," she insisted. "Everyone was really nice."
The teen has been open about seeking mental health services, as well as her failure to find the right therapist on the reality show.
In episode seven of "The D'Amelio Show," Charli shared a bad experience she had in therapy where she spoke to a therapist about her inability to grapple with fame and the criticism it comes with. Ultimately, her therapist was unable to comprehend the depth of her problems due to the fact that his daughter was a fan of Charli's social media persona.
"I think it's weird to bring up that I shouldn't be upset and I'm not allowed to be upset because your daughter's a fan and she should make me happy," she confessed on the show. "I appreciate your daughter but she's not going to help a chemical imbalance in my brain."