Singer Ke$ha left rehab two months ago, and now for the first time she’s talking about her personal demons. Ke$ha has blamed her eating disorder on the music industry, and the pressure people in the industry put on young impressionable women to lose weight. In a revealing essay Ke$ha wrote in Elle UK about the
Kesha continued to open up about her past eating disorder and resulting rehab stint in the latest issue of Teen Vogue. Prior to the cover story interview, though, her mind was on music. “I was writing a song called ‘Child of the Moon’ in the car before you got here,” she said to the reporter.... More »
Ever since dropping the dollar sign ($) from her name post-rehab for an eating disorder, Kesha is out to show the world that she is new and improved.… READ ON
I think we were all surprised when Kesha entered inpatient treatment for an eating disorder. Drugs may not have surprised us so much, given the history of drug use in the entertainment industry, but I don’t think anyone saw Kesha as someone with an eating disorder (although we know those certainly aren’t uncommon in Hollywood, […]
Eating disorders are mental disorders, and they begin in the mind.
I am being told not only by my own twisted mind but in a way by God to not eat. It gives me a twisted sense of joy.
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If you have a negative opinion about Kesha in this moment, good luck keeping it that way as you read the open, honest essay that she wrote about her decision to get treatment for her eating disorder. More » Before Rehab, Kesha Felt Like It Was Part Of Her Actual Job To Be ‘Sick And Skinny’ is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.
"I felt like a liar, telling people to love themselves as they are, while I was being hateful to myself and really hurting my body." - Kesha on the eating disorder that led to a two-month stint in rehab, in an essay she wrote for Elle U.K. Read more...
Ever since the day she checked in, there’s been much speculation surrounding Kesha‘s widely publicized rehab stint at the start of 2014. But now, the glitter-loving pop diva herself is finally speaking out directly on the matter. The “We R Who We R” singer has opened up about her experience in a candid, refreshingly honest... More »
The popular food blogger came out to her fans about an eating disorder that caused her to question her meat-free choices. Support—and vitriol—ensued.
And so it follows, the beginning of the end.
Sure, there are young, white women who have eating disorders who do look like this. The thing is, there are also men, women of color, and fat men and women who have eating disorders, but their stories are erased in the Lifetime movies and PSA videos we’re shown in high school health classes.
Honeybees, which pollinate nearly one-third of the food we eat, have been dying at unprecedented rates because of a mysterious phenomenon known as colony collapse disorder (CCD). The situation is so dire that in late June the White House gave a new task force just 180 days to devise a coping strategy to protect bees and other pollinators. Show More Summary
It’s a domino effect of the worst kind.
Gay males make up a whopping (not whoppering) 42 percent of all men suffering from eating disorders. That’s saying something when it’s estimated that gays are only 5 percent of the total male population. So understandably, companies that specialize in augmenting body parts and vacuuming fat are wise to reach out to the gay community. Crass? A little. Good […]
The writer of this post wishes to remain anonymous. Trigger warning: This post contains discussions of body image and disordered eating. The first Ramadan that I fasted, I was struck by how easy I found it. This was not exactly a good thing. I had struggled with control issues around food, and with my perception [Read More...]
Researchers may have found a link between an increase in gluten-free meal options and a growing number of college students with eating disorders.
Anne Becker has been studying eating disorders for nearly three decades, but it was from her twin 13-year-old daughters that she learned the term “thigh gap.” Her daughters got their Seventeen magazine and pulled up Web site images to show Becker, a psychiatrist and eating disorders specialist at Harvard Medical School, what a thigh gap looks like. Show More Summary
4. Eating disorders are never “just a phase.”