Jana Kramer gets 'Enough' tattoo amid divorce: 'A reminder that enough is enough'

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Jana Kramer is revealing a new tattoo amid her divorce from Mike Caussin. (Photo: Gary Gershoff/Getty Images)
Jana Kramer is revealing a new tattoo amid her divorce from Mike Caussin. (Photo: Gary Gershoff/Getty Images)

Jana Kramer's self-proclaimed "divorce body" has some new ink.

On Saturday, the country singer and actress — who has been embracing her new breast implants amid her divorce from former NFL player Mike Caussin — showed off the new tattoo she's gotten on her right forearm to help her weather the split. In April Kramer filed for divorce from Caussin after almost six years of marriage, citing "inappropriate marital conduct, irreconcilable differences and adultery." The former couple, who had previously separated and reconciled over Caussin's infidelity and battle with sex addiction, share two children. 

The message behind her new ink — courtesy of famed tattoo artist Winterstone, who has also worked with Chrissy Teigen — is significant: "Enough." 

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Explaining that her previous "Believe" tattoo — once featured on her former show One Tree Hill — served as a reminder to "believe in myself," Kramer shared that she hopes that her "Enough" ink has a similar effect.

"And now what I need most to remember is that I am enough," the 37-year-old wrote. "I am good enough. It’s my constant daily struggle, so just like what I needed 'believe' to do for me I now need that reminder every day that I’m enough. ALSO a reminder that enough is enough. I deserve more... I’m strong enough to walk through it all!!"

Kramer also hinted that "Enough" may not be the only new ink she's added, writing, "gonna share my other tattoo in a few days." 

Fans offered support for her vulnerable message and fresh tattoo, with one writing, "You are absolutely enough."

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