Olivia Dunne says she's "had a hard time" adjusting to her celebrity.

The 21-year-old, a wealthy student athlete in her last year, talked up about the difficulties she faced negotiating the Name, image, and likeness (NIL) landscape in collegiate athletics.

In a recent interview with People, Dunne stated, "I've definitely had a hard time finding balance over the past few years

 juggling NIL or ever since my sophomore year, since the summer of 2021."

"That's crucial because having an imbalance can have an impact on your mental health."

This year, I feel like I've finally got a handle on it. Simply said, mental compartmentalization is crucial to my daily activities.

She continued by saying that her senior year at LSU, when she was awarded a full athletic scholarship

Her friendship with former LSU pitcher Paul Skenes, the first overall pick in this year's draft

 is now a priority as part of this balance. 

It's strange because at first there were rumors, but I suppose that when people saw us hanging out in public with photos and videos

that's how the word got out," the woman remarked.

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