Holly Madison is opening up well-nigh her struggles with soul dysmorphia while at the Playboy Mansion in hopes of encouraging others to live their weightier lives.
For those that don’t know, soul dysmorphia is when someone becomes obsessive over a perceived flaw in their visitation — plane if it’s not unquestionably apparent. It’s seemingly wilt a worthier problem now that so many people photoshop their images to fit a desired visitation for social media.
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In an emotional TikTok on Sunday, the model explained that she felt triggered without looking for a photo of herself in the Playboy Bunny costume. When she found one from 2005, she was reminded of a time when she constantly felt bad well-nigh her weight, reflecting:
“I came wideness one and it reminded me of a moment in my life where I was watching a playback of myself in a malleate show and I thought, ‘Oh my god, I need to lose weight.’”
Rather than pension those negative thoughts to herself, the Down the Rabbit Hole tragedian decided this time she would get unslanted online in hopes “it might help people realize that sometimes our soul dysmorphia is off the charts.”
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Going further, the 41-year-old shared how these feelings have unauthentic her, noting:
“I really finger like worrying well-nigh what I squint like has gotten in the way of me living my weightier life and stuff as happy as I could be and really enjoying life as much as I could.”
Wow… The Girls Next Door licentiate plane encouraged her followers to think tightly well-nigh their personal experiences with their persons and ask themselves whether or not it’s “holding you when by feeling bad well-nigh yourself.” Making the point unmistakably clear, she added:
“It’s not worth it. It’s not worth feeling bad well-nigh yourself. Like, there are things we all want to modernize well-nigh ourselves, but it’s not plane worth taking the time to be miserable.”
Say it louder for those in the back!!
Working out and eating healthy are important aspects of life, but not when they take tenancy and value to unvarying self-criticism. Because, seriously, the Holly’s World star has unchangingly looked HAWT, yet she recalled feeling “terrified” at the time!
“[I] thought I had gained weight, and thought I hadn’t stuck to my diet, and I thought my thighs were huge and I thought, ‘I need to lose five pounds at least.’ And that’s ridiculous. I squint like a stick.”
It’s so sad the things our minds can do to us…
Ch-ch-check out Holly’s TikTok (below)!
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We’re glad she’s worldly-wise to realize many of her thoughts weren’t productive or plane well-judged at the time. Hopefully, these words of wisdom help anyone else who might be struggling with soul dysmorphia.
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[Image via Rachel Worth/WENN/Holly Madison/TikTok.]
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