YouTuber Emma Chamberlain has shared in an interview that she carries some baggage when it comes to her physical appearance. Starting her social media career so early in life has created some body-image issues for Chamberlain, who testifies to have met numerous people struggling with similar issues.
Opening up about one’s insecurities about their body is not an easy thing to do, and hopefully, Chamberlain’s confession can help others realize they’re not alone.
There are very few people who were as successful and famous as Daniel Radcliffe was at such a young age, thanks to the Harry Potter films. But being a highly popular child-turned-adult-actor doesn't make you immune to insecurity. Having played Allen Ginsberg in "Kill Your Darlings", Radcliffe said he shares some traits with the poet, and not necessarily the flattering ones.
He described the emotional tumult that so many creative souls experience, moving between a sense of genius and extreme self-doubt; and confessed that he relates more to the latter.
Other than being the female singer of the super-successful Black Eyed Peas, Fergie is also a pretty good-looking woman. But, surprisingly enough, she didn't always seem to think so. According to Fergie, she learned to love her body more as she grew older.
Today, when she gains weight, it's not such a big deal for her, and she even enjoys it! And she also has a confidence-boosting hack to share: simply dress in a way that brings out the body parts you feel best about.
R&B diva Rihanna, though she may seem at times like the epitome of self-confidence, has quite a few insecurities in her designer bag. What's unique about her is the way she deals with them. What's Rihanna's prescription to insecurity, then?
Just laugh at yourself. According to the Barbadian singer, she always knows when she's getting fat or thin, and she's aware of her physical flaws. But she's learned to accept all different body types and love herself regardless.
The O.C. actress, Mischa Barton, opened up in an interview about the issues she had with her appearance throughout her acting career. According to her, when she first started playing Marissa Cooper on the show, people around her complained that she was too thin and even speculated an illness.
But as she got a bit older, her body growing in the process, they started complaining about her not being thin enough. Barton says that her weight was never right, making her feel unjustly insecure about her body.