We tend to think of beautiful people as being immune to any problems. If you’re an actor or model with a lucrative contact, then we average Joes tend to assume that you’re probably far happier and more fulfilled than we are, regardless of individual circumstances. When a celebrity smiles at us from the front pages of glossy magazines, it’s easy to think they’re far happier than we are.
Unfortunately, it’s not that simple in reality. The fashion and entertainment industries are cutthroat businesses, where those at the top are subjected to rigorous diets, punishing workouts, constant criticism and demanding hours. It’s not all galas and champagne parties.
It’s not surprising that the professionally beautiful can suffer from severe emotional dysfunction and debilitating mental health issues. With the incredible pressure of fame and the lack of a support network, as well as the assumption that their problems “don’t count,” models can become deeply affected by anxiety, and sometimes even suicidal depression.
Sadly, a recent college campus tragedy has provided a chilling reminder of the emotional distress that models can find themselves under. A Maldivian model who featured on the cover of Vogue has reportedly killed herself at a dormitory hostel in Bangladesh. Please note that some may find the following details extremely upsetting.
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