“I think eating disorders are often about perfection, an unrealistic idea of how we should look.”
Kendall Jenner and Khloé Kardashian's comments about their sister Kim's weight loss have been accused of glorifying eating disorders.
A 16-year-old model's Instagram post about anorexia has gone viral, showing a photo of her today and one from a year ago.
Approximately one of four of us in the UK suffer from a mental health condition. Yet unfortunately, the stigma surrounding conditions such as anxiety and depression, prevent many of us from opening up and seeking help.But what better opportunity to raise awareness than on World Mental Health day?To mark the date, we’ve rounded up the celebrities who have spoken candidly about their own mental health experiences.From how Chrissy Teigen recognised the symptoms of postpartum depression to the way in which Amanda Seyfried addressed the stigma surrounding anti-depressants, these are the A-listers who have opened up to the public.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Signs you could be suffering from a mental health conditionWorld Mental Health Day: Office presenteeism is linked to mental health issues in the workplaceHow going to bed angry can affect your mental health
Supermodel du jour, Kate Moss, was giving an interview to fashion mag WDD when she famously cited “Nothing looks as good as skinny feels” as one of her life mottos. Well now discount retailer, B&M Stores, has been branded ‘disgusting’ and ‘irresponsible’ for stocking bathroom scales with the exact same slogan emblazoned across them. The faux-pas was spotted by Rachel May Shelvin who posted a message to Facebook accusing the store of triggering anxieties associated with anorexia and calling for them to be removed.