2020 has been a devastating one, even for those who have made us smile with their content. We all know Charli D’Amelio and her entertaining content which have constantly kept us busy even with the pandemic wreaking global havoc.
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This year has been by far the best Charli who managed to become the most followed personality on TikTok. The star even found new strengths and expanded beyond TikTok to explore book writing, closing brand deals, and podcasts. More recently, the star and her family signed a deal with Hulu which sees them go on screen by 2021.
It seems though that our favorite influencer has been having some issues with her health. She has come out to reveal that therapy is helping her get over her issues which she appears to have had before and after her rise to fame.
How Therapy Is Helping Charli
This is not the first time Charli is speaking about her disorder. Charli has previously spoken out about her mental health and how such a large following can exacerbate existing feelings of anxiety.
In an October Livestream, she revealed that she is currently seeing a therapist, and earlier in 2020, she also spoke out about having an eating disorder.
Speaking to her friend Avani Gregg on her Facebook show, the star gave a clear insight into what it was like growing up and the many ways in which she’s managed her life.
“I used to have such bad panic attacks in the third grade,” Charli said. “This is what happened and this is how it affected me up until literally three weeks ago. It hurt so bad I didn’t want to talk about it…I will cry for three days straight and I’m not even Charli anymore.”
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“I’m just this emotional person that doesn’t function properly. And I get into these, like, really, really bad places, and it’s scary for me. I’m not myself, and I don’t know what takes over, but it’s just so much built up that I’m trying to get out all at once, and it’s tough. Especially when you feel like everyone has an invitation to say anything about you.”
Charlie also explained the importance of therapy, using her fans and colleagues not to shy away from speaking to professionals about their health if the need arose
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