Kylie Jenner may be busy as a billionaire makeup mogul and a single mom, but she still knows how to clap back hard when she needs to.
She also still knows how to open up to her social media fans and followers about her life and her feelings.
In an emotional new post, Kylie is opening up about anxiety, losing friends, and living her entire life in the spotlight.
Kylie Jenner shared this beautiful photo of her silhouette and of the breathtaking sunset over the water.
“I’m proud of myself, my heart, and my strength,” Kylie affirms as her captions begin.
She reflects upon how “growing up in the light with a million eyes on you just isn’t normal.”
She’s right about that.
“I’ve lost friends along the way,” Kylie admits.
“And,” Kylie writes. “I’ve lost myself too sometimes.”
She then talks about what she has done to stay grounded.
“My first tattoo was ‘sanity,'” Kylie notes.
She explains that she received it “to remind myself [every day] to keep it.”
Makes sense to me.
“I’ve struggled with anxiety my whole young adult life,” Kylie writes.
Notably, her sister Kendall also grapples with debilitating anxiety.
“And after my baby,” Kylie recalls. “i dealt with all the internal ups and downs.”
She admits: “I felt like i had to find myself completely again.”
“I keep a whole lot to myself,” Kylie is the first to admit.
“But,” she explains to her fans and followers, she “just wanted to share.”
We’re sure that they understand.
“And,” Kylie expressed, she wanted to “let you know I’m human.”
That is always good to remember.
Contrary to what fans may see on television and social media, life isn’t all curvy photoshoots and small but expensive portions of fruit.
“My life is not perfect,” Kylie makes it clear.
Her mental health, her social life, her relationships with others … all of that can be positive or negative no matter how things look on Instagram.
“And,” she notes. “What you see here on social media is just the surface.”
Kylie has some powerful advice for her fans and followers.
She asks them to “be gentle with yourself, move on, and let go.”
Kylie reminds the world that “we are all capable of great things, worthy of love, and allowed to express ourselves.”
She suggests that people try to “do more of what makes you happy.”
“And,” Kylie continues, she suggests that people “Be unapologetic.”
“Now is your season,” she affirms.
(That sounds vaguely threatening, like a hunting season in an old cartoon, but she clearly means that it’s your time to shine)
Kylie concludes: “We all have a magnificent destiny.”
When it comes to Kylie speaking of losing friends, one name comes to everyone’s mind.
“I think that this whole Jordyn situation needed to happen for a reason,” Kylie told Khloe. “For me, for her, for you, for everybody”
“She was my security blanket,” Kylie confessed. “She lived with me, we did everything together.”
“I just felt like, ‘Oh, I have Jordyn, I don’t need anything else,'” Kylie recalled. “I feel like there’s a part of me that needed to grow without her.”
“Sometimes people are there for certain reasons at certain times in your life, and then not there for others,” she speculated.
Well that’s an absolutely terrifying postmortum of a best friendship and a startling insight into Kylie’s utilitarian take on friendships, we suppose.