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I thought being hungry was a positive thing, says Kesha

music Updated: May 15, 2015 18:47 IST

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Tik Tok hitmaker Kesha, who is seeking treatment for an eating disorder, said she was in a 'dark place' while battling it.



"I've had a lot of ups and downs," said the 28-year-old pop star, who has completely toned-down her look."It's been quite a journey. I went to a dark place. There was a lot of not eating," she added.



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said she took criticism so harshly that she began starving herself, reported Us magazine.



"I started to think being hungry to the point of feeling almost faint was a positive thing. The worse it got, the more positive feedback I was getting."



"Inside I was really unhappy, but outside, people were like, 'Wow, you look great'," she added.



The now-healthy singer remembered singing her upbeat songs, but not feeling genuinely happy.



"I was singing these songs like 'We R Who We R'... But I was sad and I wasn't eating. That's not good for your body, metabolism, or brain. I talked to my therapist, and she said,'I think it's time we take a moment to address this'. I called my mom one night and I told her, 'I need help'," she said. "I went to an eating-disorder specific rehab site where a nutritionist taught me that food is a positive thing for your body. I realised being healthy is the most important thing I can do for myself. Now, I'm trying to embrace the skin I'm in," she added.

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