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Kesha discusses her eating disorder

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There was a lot of sadness among Kesha fans when she entered rehab for an eating disorder earlier in the year. Since than she has has reemerged in public and has taken some time to talk about this problem. Kesha has said making her "Warrior" album wore her spirit down at that time reported US Weekly on June 25, 2014.

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Now Kesha is looking and performing better than ever. She appears naturally beautiful on the cover of the August 2014 issue of Teen Vogue as she works her way back into the mainstream of the entertainment world and life. Her new transformation back into the heart of life as a vibrantly healthy appearing young woman has come just three months since she left rehab.

Kesha has spent some time talking about her eating disorder and what her life was like before she finally went for help with her condition in January. She says that making "Warrior" was a really miserable process and it wore her spirit down. Kesha claims that she wanted to keep her whole irreverent essence and everything raw and visceral that she stands for in it, but in the end she ended up promoting something that wasn’t the animal she wanted it to be. She realized she was suffering from an eating disorder and decided to confront her problem head-on.

Kesha has emerged from rehab with a dramatically healthier and happier perspective on life. She has shared how she remembered thinking she didn't want to really be pretty. At times she commented that people shouldn't call her pretty. She worked on refuting the prettiness claims by putting on more eyeliner or drawing things down her face. Than about six months ago her transformation began and she decided she wanted to try to be pretty.

While opening up about her eating disorder Kesha has said she's been struggling with it for awhile reports Toofab. While talking about her two-month stint at the Timberline Knolls facility Kesha said that it's time to "get the elephant out of the room." She says she went to rehab just because of her eating disorder and nothing more or less. Now her message for everyone is it's important to love who you are and to accept all of your beautiful imperfections. With these kind of thoughts it appears Kesha is making a nice transition into a healthier way of viewing life and so let's hope everything goes better for her now.

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