Eating Disorder is getting into more and more people in today’s times, one of its victims being none other than global pop sensation Taylor Swift!
While the singer has admitted to having an Eating Disorder for quite a long time now, many fans and celebs are coming together to support Taylor and they are appreciating her openness about it and removing the stigma that surrounds eating disorders.
Taylor Swift was first seen talking about her eating disorder in her documentary ‘Miss Americana‘ which was released in the year 2020. She told the world about her struggles with food and her body. Since then, fans and celebs are pouring in kind words and messages for the 32-year-old singer, and the list includes Lady Gaga as well.
Recently, a TikTok user reshared a clip of the documentary in which Taylor’s eating disorder has been discussed. The clip is resurfacing the internet and is grabbing the attention of many.
Lady Gaga, who herself suffered from Eating Disorder a few years ago, showered in a sweet comment for Taylor Swift on the viral TikTok video. The comment read: “That’s really brave everything you said 🖤 wow.” Gaga and Taylor have both at some of time, suffered from this disorder, which is why they are able to understand each other better. Lady Gaga had spoken to the world about anorexia and bulimia in the year 2012.
Taylor said in the video how little she used to eat and worked out a lot. She wanted her body to be a specific way for which she almost ate negligible.
The video said: “I’m a lot happier with who I am. I don’t care as much if somebody points out that I have gained weight … it’s just something that makes my life better, the fact that I’m a size six instead of a size double zero.”
Eating Disorder is an issue not addressed by many. But it has become more and more common these days, where it goes un-noticed many times.
Everyone praised Taylor for getting the courage to show her vulnerable side to the world and being strong enough to address this issue.
This helps a lot of young men and women to identify their eating disorders and get help for themselves.