It's easy to see celebrities and think that their lives are perfectly perfect, but that's definitely not the case. Many stars, both men and women, are dealing with real issues that even unidentified people are facing, including things like anxiety, heartbreak, and eating disorders. For example, Dove Cameron is currently in Hollywood at the top of her game, but her life has not always been easy.
"I've never said that before, but I had such a bad case of anorexia," she said StyleCaster at the launch of Tic Tac's new chewing gum. "I was so bad in this hole, sometimes I did not eat for days, but it was because I thought I had to be absolutely tiny to be loved, I really thought I had to be as thin as I could to be The 22-year-old eventually realized that many of her friends, some of whom were also on the Disney Channel, struggled with their eating habits and realized that they were making a change in their own lives.
needed to break the cycle and become a "real" role model.
She continued, "I started to see some people that I personally knew went so far that they are so skinny, because that's what Hollywood is like, we never want to say it, but it does Girls are trying to be as thin as possible, not all, but many of them. "
" They told little girls, if they just watch what they eat and run, they will look like that and that they should look like that and that's the picture of health, "she added. That's a blatant lie, that's not ok, it's not a role model, I realized that if I wanted to be a role model, I'd have to live like the girls I needed, as I did was still young. "
Dove is now working" really hard to maintain health and normalcy "and would rather be real with her fans than trying to pretend she's living in a perfect little bubble.
"We're just in this weird stage in the society we're in," La, la, la. None of us have any problems, but just kidding, we all have problems! "I think It is so much more important for me to normalize for my young fans, for other celebrities something that can help so many people than to hide under the guise of a perfect life. How boring is that? I do not want to live under this pressure. I do not want to be dishonest. I do not want to say, "I'm so happy and everything is fine."
We would rather have celebs truly with us than paint a wrong picture of perfect and think that it is so important that the Descendants actress tries to standardize that in Hollywood close.