Tallulah Willis’ Body Dysmorphia Blamed On Media Exposure

August 7, 2014 | By TheSpreadit More

Tallulah Willis

Tallulah Willis is baring her body and soul in a new Youtube video posted by the StyleLikeU channel, for the What’s Underneath Project series that help empower women about the importance of self-worth. The blogger strips down to her bra and panties to address some of her demons. Bruce Willis and Demi Moore 20-year-old daughter discusses her insecurities and body issues that she has dealt with for a very long time.

Tallulah Willis has shocked the entertainment world earlier this month, when she revealed that she was diagnosed with body dysmorphia at age 13. Body dysmorphic disorder is a mental condition where the person diagnosed can not stop focusing on a physical flaw that is either real or imagined. In Willis’ case she has had a very difficult relationship with her face and she used to think that she was ugly.

Willis goes in details about her path to a better place, where she is now today. The young woman blames our culture and the media for making her issues even bigger. She said:

“I’m diagnosed with body dysmorphia with reading those stupid f—king tabloids when I was like 13 and feeling like I was ugly, like always.”

Tallulah went on to say that she ended valuing strangers opinion more than her love ones. Those people from the outside, did not always have her best interest at heart or were simply mean to her. Rumer Willis’ younger sister also started dressing in a more provocative way, in order to distract others from her face. Willis just could not help thinking that something was wrong with her face.

Scout Willis’ sis body issues lead her to a dramatic weight loss. At her lowest, the young lady weighed only 95 pounds. This may have been the turning point for her, since she realized being so skinny only amplified what she was dealing with. Thankfully for her, she was able to find the strength within to move forward.

Tallulah Willis is now a successful blogger at the Clothing Coven, where she tries give a positive image to young women, encouraging them to be strong and proud of themselves.

Most people are backing her decision to speak out but some are asking if stripping down to bra and panties was really necessary to discuss such serious issues. Others say that they hope that she has found a support system to help her stay the course.

Tallulah Willis on body issues and dysmorphia.


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