On the most recent episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Kendall Jenner came to a revealing realization. When the reality TV star/model went to her doctor to see if she was anemic, she was surprised to learn that she was actually a hypochondriac. Coming to terms with this discovery, Jenner believes she has "always been" this way, going as far as to consider herself "the worst hypochondriac" from an early age. Sow she's going to figure out how she can move forward from here.
In the new episode of the long running TV series, 22-year-old Kendall Jenner believes her intense feelings of anxiety is something that has built up for years. While her mother Kris Jenner revealed that she has also battled anxiety for quite some time now (notably during fashion weeks), Kendall believes her anxiety is more exceptionally severe. Furthermore, she asserts that it's something that has only gotten significantly worse throughout her last troublesome year. Kendall also credits her fierce anxiety as the reason why she's has been less active on social media.
After deleting her Instagram a year ago, Kendall Jenner talked about the process of letting herself go on Ellen, saying at the time that she "wanted to detox." But now that Kendall Jenner is diagnosed, the model hopes she can take the appropriate steps towards her peace and recovery. It's a journey that's expectedly going to take time, but Jenner is hopeful that knowing the source of her anxious feelings will help her process and progress.
Despite this startling diagnosis, Kendall Jenner remains hopeful about her future. Her comments seem to indicate that she'll continue her life and career in a progressive fashion, asserting that the anxiety is "all mental" and that she needs to "try and find" her ways "around it."
In addition to the stress induced by the situations mentioned above, Kendall Jenner was also recently the subject of controversy when her notoriously bad Pepsi commercial was received as offensive and ill-conceived online, to say the least. Even though Kendall bailed on Instagram a year ago, she's active on the social media service again. She is currently posting at a regular rate, which hopefully means that things are going well, particularly for her mental health. We wish her only the best as she continues onward from here.
Will is an entertainment writer based in Pittsburgh, PA. His writing can also be found in The Playlist, Cut Print Film, We Got This Covered, The Young Folks, Slate and other outlets. He also co-hosts the weekly film/TV podcast Cinemaholics with Jon Negroni and he likes to think he's a professional Garfield enthusiast.
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