The well-known singleton has been very open recently about her struggles in the public eye.
Now she’s said she doesn’t know how much longer she’ll last in showbiz.
“If I’m still in this industry in two years’ time I’ll look back at now and go, ‘You’ve got so many lessons to learn’,” she said on The Morning Show.
The former Bachelorette star, 28, revealed she was in a “very dark place" earlier this year.
Following her split from boyfriend Sasha Mielczarek, her breakfast radio show getting canned, and being targeted by online trolls, she described her life as at “breaking point.”
But Sam believes being surrounded by friends and family has helped her cope.
“They would love me if I was a check-out chick at the supermarket,” she added, explaining they help her see the industry for what it is. “I enjoy it. I have fun but it doesn’t define who I am.”
Sam will be appearing on Hell’s Kitchen Australia on Channel 7.