Kendall Jenner talked about mental health just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday. This year is not like any other year. Most American families are apart due to the coronavirus pandemic. People already feel a sense of loneliness, especially around the holiday season. And this year has been tough as it is.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star shared some advice for those struggling. Back in March, Kendall stressed the importance of mental health. Recently, the 25-year-old model said she can relate to the variety of emotions felt this year. On Thanksgiving, she took to Twitter to share some words of wisdom with her fans.
Kendall Jenner offers a supportive message
On Thursday, November 26, Kendall Jenner took to Twitter to offer advice for those struggling with their mental health. Pandemic or not, it’s still a difficult time for many young people. Some are forced to see their families, while others are left alone. But Kendall had an uplifting yet simple message for her 30 million followers.
“In this past year I’ve found it hard to keep my spirits up at times and have struggled a bit with my mental,” she tweeted. “What gets me through it is gratitude! Be thankful today for what you have! Sending love.”
in this past year i’ve found it hard to keep my spirits up at times and have struggled a bit with my mental. what gets me through it is gratitude! be thankful today for what you have! sending love ❤️
— Kendall (@KendallJenner) November 26, 2020
The KUWTK star received overwhelming support from her fans and followers. One user tweeted: “I am grateful to have you!” Another chimed in: “Your support means the world.” Kendall’s fans are grateful that she’s still making mental health an ongoing conversation.
How did the KUWTK star celebrate Thanksgiving?
Kendall Jenner joined Kourtney Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, and her other family members for a dinner, according to E! News. She took to her Instagram Stories to share videos and photos from their celebration. In the series of photos, the supermodel gave her followers a sneak peek at their décor. She also shared a clip of their honey bar, which included cheese, crackers, and plenty of honey.
Of course, this isn’t the first time that Kendall talked about mental health. She has talked about it before. During an appearance on Good Morning America in May 2020, the E! star revealed that she had a panic attack.
“I was really, really young and I remember not being able to—feeling like I couldn’t breathe and venting to my mom and being like, ‘Mom, I feel like I can’t breathe. Something must be wrong,'” Kendall explained. “And of course she took me to a bunch of doctors just to make sure that I was okay physically, and I was. No one ever told me that I had anxiety.”
In an Instagram video, Kendall said the coronavirus pandemic took a toll on her mental health. She revealed that she has both “good days” and “some really anxious days.” The reality star wants to share her struggles so her fans know they’re not alone.
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