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Kendall Jenner speaks openly with VOGUE about her anxiety




Kendall Jenner talks about her anxiety disorders in the VOGUE video

Fears are the most common psychological ailment

“I remember being very young, suffering from shortness of breath, and going to my mom and telling her that,” Recalls Kendall Jenner in VOGUE’s new four-part video series, “Open Minded.” “In retrospect, I now know that these were obviously anxiety.” The 25-year-old, who is now as successful a model as she is a businesswoman, lifts the veil over her own experiences of anxiety, which affects more than 40 million adults in the U.S. alone and is now considered the most common mental illness not only there – a development that has increased during the Covid-19 pandemic.

How Kendall Jenner faces her fear

In the first episode, Jenner sits down with Dr. Ramani Durvasula to talk about social anxiety and address everything from how to face the disorder and communicate openly about it, to how to deal with the symptoms, which can range from insomnia to palpitations and shortness of breath. “One of the most important things, I think, is destigmatizing all mental health issues, especially anxiety, because a lot of people think they’re alone with it,” the Los Angeles-based clinical psychologist tells Jenner. “Fear is like a magnifying glass. It only magnifies the bad things – every little problem, every little die and that… What we’re essentially trying to do is take that magnifying glass and turn it into a normal lens.”




Kendall Jenner’s commitment requires courage

Of course, such honesty also requires courage and scares Jenner. But after years in the spotlight, she takes it easy as a professional: “It’s [werden] People come and say, ‘What should she be worried about? What should she be afraid of?’ And I’ll never sit here and say I’m not lucky… [aber] at the end of the day, I am still a human being. And no matter what someone has or doesn’t have, it doesn’t mean that he or she doesn’t have feelings and emotions in real life.”

Above you can see Kendall Jenner in the first episode of “Open Minded”.

Directed by: Posy Dixon
DP: Kevin Hayden
Camera Operators: Yuya Kudo, Zachary Rockwood and Sonja Tsypin
Key Grip/Gaffer: Kurtis Myers
Sound: Chris Omae
Edited by: Victoria Mortati and Daniel Poler
Color: Carlos Flores, Forager
Sound: Paul Vitolins and Nick Cipriano, Bang
Post Production: Marco Glinbizzi
Series Title Montage: Chris Beckman
Title Design: Jason Duzansky
Visual and Audio Design: Natalia Stuyk
Art Director, Set Design: Alexis Johnson
Decorator: Christine DiStefano
Styling: Danielle Levi
Hair: Amanda Capomaccio
Makeup: Mary Phillips
Tailor: Bebe Aguirre
Executive Producer: Marina Cukeric
Producers: Naomi Nishi, NY and Jace Davis, LA
Line Producers: Jen Santos and Jessica Schier
Production Manager: Trina DeMattei
Location Manager: Joe Burk
Production Coordinators: Peter Brunette and Andressa Pelachi
Associate Producers: Rachel Cantor, Stephanie D’agostini and Arielle Neblett
Production Assistant: Josh Crowe
COVID Supervisor: Carla Nora
VOGUE: Robert Semmer, VP Digital Video Programming and Development; Mark Guiducci, Creative Editorial Director; Sergio Kletnoy, Entertainment Director.

This article was originally published on Vogue.com.


Arjun Sethi
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