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Sarah Hyland Opens Up About Dealing With Body Insecurities

Sarah Hyland Opens Up About Dealing With Body Insecurities

Sarah Hyland Opens Up About Dealing With Body insecurities!

The ‘Modern Family’ star Sarah Hyland who battles with kidney dysplasia, a condition in which the kidneys don’t fully develop in the womb, admitted she gets days where she feels insecure about her looks. Read on for more on Sarah Hyland Body Insecurities…

CelebNHealth247.com reports that the beautiful and talented Sarah Hyland is opening up about how she feels will help others suffering from invisible illnesses to be kinder to themselves.

Sarah Hyland opened up to her fans on Instagram writing:

To my fellow #invisibleillness warriors. It’s ok to be insecure about your body. Just remember to check in with yourself at least once a day and say thank you. Our bodies have endured unfathomable feats that our minds barely have time to comprehend what has actually happened. With inflammation, excess water gain, and medications, my skin has a hard time bouncing back. I saw this picture and HATED it but quickly readjusted my attitude and decided to celebrate it. Love yourself and be patient. We are all stronger than we think we are. (sic)

Sarah previously admitted she thinks her chronic illness “happened for a reason” and it really makes her “stronger” as a person.

She said:

Everything happens for a reason. [Struggles are] only going to make you a stronger and more efficient person … When I found out, there was a nice cocktail of guilt, fear and a kind of hopelessness. But also it was like, okay, this is now a part of your life.

Sarah, 29, says that whilst it is “okay” for other chronic illness sufferers to “feel angry,” they shouldn’t let it “consume” them.

She adds:

People who have chronic illness should take the time to say, ‘This isn’t fair.’ Take a moment to cry and be like, ‘F you’, to whoever did this to me. It’s okay to feel angry, just don’t let it be all-consuming. I have realized the benefits of being able to talk about it. Not just for on a mental level for myself, but so that others don’t feel so alone.

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