After being criticized for her body for several years, Chloe Kardashian reveals her attitude to self-image in raising her 3-year-old daughter, Rost.
The 37-year-old television personality, who appeared in a Health interview published on Wednesday, helped True, who shared with former Tristan Thompson, take care of his emotional and physical health.
“He’s very tall. People always say, ‘He’s too big.’ I say, ‘Oh, he’s very tall.'”
Instead, Kardashian suggests other languages to discuss her daughter’s body. Studies have shown that using more of the body with positive words can help offset the mental health consequences of embarrassing the body.
“I try to describe them. I know what adults mean when I say that, but I don’t want them to misinterpret it.”
The reaction stems from the experience of embarrassing her body, Kardashian said. In April, the reality star revealed that after struggling with “every flaw and imperfection” by the public, she was struggling with her image.
“When it comes to food – I had a lot of problems. It’s not from one person, I just think of how society or people have criticized my body. I don’t play when it comes to ‘Truth’.”
However, Kardashian insisted that her 3-year-old son was “really tough, that’s a great thing.”
“I always tell him that if he cries or something goes wrong, all is well.”
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Kardashian also said in an interview that thinking about her health, her fitness regimen was first introduced as a coping mechanism.
“When I was young and upset, I would eat – I was an emotional eater. Then I would feel bad. I was almost punished for stabbing myself or getting a bag of chips – it was very thought-provoking.” I tried the diet under the sun. “
However, going to the gym allowed her to worry about her emotional health.
“I went to the gym when I was divorced,” she said of 2016 divorced from her ex-husband Lamar Adam. “At first your body is dying. But emotionally and mentally it’s worth the freedom I’ve received. I quickly realized how good I felt.”
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In April, when Kardashian talked about the pressure to look perfect and her self-esteem, an unedited and unfiltered photo of the reality star began circulating on the Internet.
“The photo posted this week is so beautiful. But like someone who has struggled with body image all his life, when someone didn’t please you in bad light or take a picture of your body like it used to. “You should have the right to ask not to share it, no matter who you are,” Kardashian writes.
“You’re never used to being judged and separated and you say it’s unpleasant, but I say that if you hear something, you start believing it,” he said in a statement. “I felt like I couldn’t feel so beautiful.”
If you or someone is struggling with a body image or eating problem, the National Eating Disorders Association’s toll-free and confidential hotline is available by calling 1-800-931-2237 or texting or clicking for a chat on national disorders. .org / hotline. Write “NEDA” to 741-741 for 7/24 crisis situations.