It's been a year since the death of Grease star Olivia Newton-John and her daughter, Chloe Lattanzi, is now ready to take a break from grieving and move on. In a recent Instagram video, Chloe openly discussed her challenges since her mother's passing, stating that she experienced a lot of sadness, which rubbed off on her physical appearance and health as she couldn't focus on self-care. “Since my mom’s passing and the year and a half with her going through cancer, I have not been okay, I’ve had extreme memory loss, I’ve had difficulty getting out of bed. I’ve stuck to my commitments but I have been neglecting myself," Lattanzi wrote in the caption. “One of my mom’s biggest messages was ‘Take care of you,' if you don’t take care of you, you cannot give your full capacity of love, wisdom, kindness, and power to everyone else.” Chloe Lattanzi shares her plan to go on a break View this post on Instagram A post shared by Chloe Lattanzi (@chloelattanziofficial) Following the self-realization that self-care is key, Chloe revealed that she has decided to take a three-week hiatus from social media after Olivia's Walk for Wellness—an annual cancer fundraising event dedicated to her mother. RELATED: Olivia Newton-John’s Family Experience ‘Supernatural’ Encounters With Her 1 Year After Death “So, after the walk, I’m going to disappear for about three weeks," she shared, "just to honor my mind, body, and spirit because I’m developing a little bit of health issues in my mind and my body." Instagram Chloe says grieve slowly The singer apologized to her friends and fans who worried about her attitude during the dark phase. “I just wanted to say to anyone who I have been inconsistent with, I’m so sorry," she wrote. "I haven’t been consistent with myself and I haven’t been taking care of myself, so in the spirit of my mother and the spirit of the Wellness Walk, I’m going to take a month to do that so that I can be of complete service to everyone else." Instagram Chloe also used the opportunity to reach out to those that have lost a loved one, to remain aware of themselves and their need while they grieve. "If you needed this reminder, I hope it was helpful," Chloe added. “In order to take care of others, you must first start with you. This is a universal truth, a universal law, I look forward to coming home to my power. I will see you at the walk! And I look forward to health and wellness again. We never know what someone’s inner world really looks like. Please take care of you, and your capacity for healing others and being more powerful than you ever could have imagined will follow, take it easy. Take it slow. Easy does it darlings."