I can cometely sympathise with anyone who struggles with anxiety, celebrity or not, I have really bad anxiety, on medication for it, and literally it's a struggle for me to get up and go to my job. Some nights I'm awake until 3 with anxiety about work and then I have to get up and be in work for 6am. I don't have the option of just saying yeah I'm not coming in today, my anxietys playing up. I HAVE to get up and go to work in order to provide for my family. In order to LIVE in this world. Kendall wouldn't know what that's like, HAVING to go to work to survive. She has the privilege to be able to say "yeah I don't think I'm going to do that show I'm having bad anxiety" whereas any other aspiring model would probably sell their soul to be there. My point is she needs to fucking acknowledge her privilege in life and in her career. Sugarcoating everything as oh no my family held me back!! Is completely delusional. You are where you are Kendall because of your family and their connections alone. You're not this amazing hard working model, there are a hundred better, harder working models out there, you're not the highest paid model who does the least shows a year because you're just so hard working, it's BECAUSE of your family name.