KhloÃ© Kardashian gets the job done to make sure her daughter has a positive body image from a young age. In an interview on Wednesday with Health, the entrepreneur explained how she responds to well-meaning adults who comment on her child’s body.
“[True is] very large. People will always say, âShe’s so tall. And I’ll say, ‘Oh, she’s so big.’ I try to make them more descriptive, âshe explained. “I know what an adult means when he says that, but I don’t want her to misinterpret it.” Three-year-old True, whom Kardashian shares with still-in-love NBA player Tristan Thompson, is the apple of her mother’s eye, and according to Kardashian, she doesn’t “play when it comes to True.”
The founder of Good American explained that making sure her daughter doesn’t have a negative body image stems from her long-standing self-confidence issues. âI’ve actually always had a very unhealthy relationship with food. When I was younger and sad I ate – I was an emotional eater, âshe admitted. “And then I hated how I felt after that. I was almost punishing myself for moving or having a bag of crisps – it became so much of a reflection. I had tried all of them. diets under the sun.
And although Kardashian says that even though she’s actively working on her âmind, body and soul,â the constant pressure to be perfect (thanks, Instagram) still comes through. âIt’s been so many days that I’m like, I just feel so badass and good,â she told the outlet. “And then my behavior will be shot because someone posted a story about how they perceive me or what they think I look like.”
Understanding how seemingly innocent comments from others can impact body image, it’s impressive that Kardashian is proactive when it comes to teaching her daughter about self-esteem.
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