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Known singer opens up about the taboo disorder

the Singer Anne Marie has been platinum for several of its songs, and the hit single 'Friends' is at the time of writing been streamed 650 million times on Spotify.

But like many other struggling with her inner demons and low self-esteem. The she says in an interview with kvindemagasinet Glamour.

I have been struggling with anxiety since I was 12 years old. As a child I was confident and without worries, but when I reached my teenage years, I was really shy and worried about me all the time about how people saw me. In school I tried to fit in, so I did the same as all the others, says 'the Alarm'singer continues.

- the Makeup was my mask. Some times slammed the I so much, that you would not be able to see what my real face looked like. To make it took totally my personality, and I began to pull myself into myself.

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Anne Marie tells that it only got worse as his career began to roll.

- You would think that it would be good for one's confidence to be a singer, but for me it was the direct opposite. The more people I met, the worse was my anxiety. I tried really to protect my feelings and was on the alert in order not to be hurt, she says.

In the interview opens, Anne Marie up around, that she went into therapy to get his anxiety and low self-esteem for life. At the same time, she began to find other female role models, as its manager, Jazmin Sherman, and Jennifer Decilveo, as she wrote her first album together with.

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Although it has been better, so struggling she is still a struggle.

- I find it hard to get new places, and my anxiety flows often through my mind. It is the kind of thing with people my enjoy my appearances. It can be overwhelming, but it helps to talk with others, and I learn from everyone I meet. The more I push myself out of my comfort zone, the more I see it, I'm worried about, actually, is fine, says Anne Marie, who is trying to take the bull by the horns in the way she knows best.

- today I have days where I feel good, and others where I have it bad. Anxiety is my biggest challenge, but I'm trying to be honest about my feelings in my songs; to show my ups and downs.

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