Kendall Jenner admits she's struggling with anxiety after 'tough two months'

Kendall Jenner has opened up about her mental health (Instagram/Kendall Jenner)
Kendall Jenner has opened up about her mental health (Instagram/Kendall Jenner)

Kendall Jenner has spoken candidly about her mental health struggles, admitting that she is her own worst enemy when it comes to negative patterns of thinking.

The model, 28. who is the younger half-sister of Kim Kardashian, 43, says she has been going through a particularly difficult time at the moment and hasn’t felt herself.

Appearing on the cover of Vogue’s Summer 2024 magazine, she said: “I’m a negative thinker. That’s my problem. I’m always worrying about something that may never happen.”

“I don’t see why I shouldn’t be honest about it. In my career right now I feel really stable, really hopeful. But I’ve had a tough two months. I haven’t been myself, and my friends see it. I’m more sad than usual. I’m way more anxious than usual.

“So I’m not going to sit here and act like everything’s perfect. That’s life — I’m always going to be in and out of those feelings. In past interviews, when someone’s asked me about my mental state, it’s always been, ‘I’m great right now, but this is what I’ve dealt with.’ Well, right now I’m actually in it.”

The Kardashians star went on to explain that she first began to suffer from anxiety from around the age of 7, but didn’t know the name for it at the time.

She also recalled having panic attacks and turning to her mother Kris Jenner for support when struggling to breathe.

While she was seen by doctors, they always concluded that she was fine.

She told the publication: “I was an emotional kid, always in my feelings and my head. I freaked myself out a bit.”