It can be too much - also for the models.
Sailor Brinkley Cook is certainly finished to show a picture postcard and only think, she has it good, if she is thin as a reed.
she writes on Instagram, where she opens up his thoughts on a disturbed body image and the 'perfect', which preferably should show on the social media.
'I'm so fucking tired of photoshop. I've been so hard on myself on the last. I have cried over my cellulite that I have gotten fat on the body and been angry, that I am not as thin as I used to be. Eating disorder and kropshadet is really something that has come very much to me at the last. When I was a young woman, I could feel how my body changed each month. The control I previously had was gone. Hormones, emotions, and the pain came. I go on Instagram, and I can see how the girls look 'perfect out'. It is quite shiny in the face, very nice thin waist and legs that look like chopsticks', she writes, and continues:
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I'm so fucking sick and tired of the photoshop I've been so down on myself recently. Crying about my cellulite, letting the fat on my body ruin my day, getting mad that I'm not as skinny as I once was. The body dysmorphia and left over eating disorder tendencies have been coming in strong. As I come into myself as a young woman my body shifts and changes by the month, the “control” in the field I once had over it has been completely stripped away from me. Hormones, emotions, growing pains. I go on instagram and scroll through photos of girls that look “perfect”.. shiny skin with not a bump to be seen, tiny little waist and legs that look like chopsticks. And I compare myself, as if how someone on an app on my phone looks should directly correlate to how I feel about my body? What I've learned is that In the run every day. I go to the gym 6 times a week. In the fuel my body with beautiful food. I am so fucking LUCKY to have two legs and a healthy body that takes me through life. I'm so tired of thinking anything that makes up ME is something to be ashamed of. So as most 21st century girls would do, I'm putting this out there on instagram. Declaring that I have cellulite, and a stomach that doesn't always look “pleasant” (whatever the fuck that means) and I am 100% imperfect human. And I’m proud as hell of my body! If you're out there hating on yourself, stop!! Appreciate yourself. You're body is so magical. That's all. Have a nice day.
'But now I stopped. I have learned that I run, I go to workout, I eat great food, and I am lucky that I have a healthy body. I will not shame me over something that makes me me. So like many others I throw it now on the Instagram. I have cellulite, my stomach is not always perfect (whatever that means), and I'm proud of my body', she writes.
At the end completes the 21-year-old model, that one should not hate themselves, but appreciate his body, because it is magical.
And it's just something that her to 200,000 followers can like.
'Nice you talk about it here. It really helps', writes one.
'You're authentic, and your body is beautiful', writes another.
'Thank you for this message', writes a third.
the Sailor is the daughter of model Christie Brinkley and Peter Cook. She works as a model, actor and contractor.