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Taylor Lautner brushes off hateful comments, saying “aging was not good”

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twilight The alum didn’t hold back when she faced criticism over her appearance on Instagram recently. In fact, even Taylor reposted some hurtful commentsIncluding comments saying she was “not aging well” as a way to start a dialogue about mental health.

“If this had happened 10 years ago, five years ago, maybe even two, three years ago, it would have really gotten under my skin,” he said in a May 22 video. “That would make me just go in a hole and not go out.”

However, as the 31-year-old said, he is now “in a different place” and no longer in an “unhealthy state” where he focuses on “the wrong things”.

“You find value where you put it,” Taylor explained. “And if you put your worth in what other people think of you, how you’re going to feel. Won’t get to you.”

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He continued, “My biggest point is to just think about and remember where you put your value in life, and just be nice too. It’s not that difficult. Let’s be nice to each other.” Let’s spread love and positivity. It’s that simple.”

Other hurtful statements Taylor made were that he “looked like old broccoli” and “aged like a raisin.”

However, in the comments section of her post, Taylor was met with an outpouring of support.

“‘It Doesn’t Make Me Question Who I Am,’ Says Actor’s Wife—Who Also Named taylor returnR-Wrote quoting one of his lines from the clip. “I love you God.”


During this, graduate nation‘S clayton achard– whose Be vocal about your body dysmorphia disorder– admired for Taylor’s vulnerability. “People need to realize the weight of their words and it doesn’t help that there is often no accountability when it comes to social media,” he wrote. “Your sharing will help others understand the power of their words and maybe next time, they’ll reconsider before sending.”

Taylor has been open about her struggles with mental health in the past. on the February episode of his podcast squeezeHow the star shared to be shirtless in twilight Film saga sparked body image issues,

“When I was in it, I was 16 to 20 years old, starring in this franchise where my character is known to take off his shirt every second,” he said. “I didn’t know if it affected me or was going to affect me in the future with body image, but looking back at it now, it definitely did, and definitely it’s going to.”

Describing how she was “forced to be in the gym several times a day, six days a week” during filming, Taylor recalled facing jabs about her less muscular physique when she later returned to work on the episode. Stopped working hard. Franchise expired in 2012,

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“I was shooting for a film called ride the tide, and in this my character should not be a bodybuilder or a ripped guy by any means. I thought I looked fine,” he remembered. Assumption Or whatever and be like, ‘Wow, he let it all go.'”

Taylor said those comparisons “messed with me”, although he “looks at things differently.”

“Your body can feel incredible, you can be ripped, shredded, you can lose whatever weight you can, you can put on muscle,” he said, “and if you’re mentally healthy, If you don’t, it’s all for nothing because it can work against you.”

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