British model Alexa Chung has revealed she's started seeing a therapist.
Alexa Chung has started seeing a therapist.
The 34-year-old model has revealed she's turned to a therapist in a bid to overcome her ''wobbly'' moments, explaining that she's become more ''attuned'' to avoiding problems as she's aged.
Alexa - who previously confessed to developing low self-esteem due to modelling - said: ''The older I get, the more attuned I am to avoiding disaster.
''So I started seeing a therapist a while ago, who I now check in with whenever I feel wobbly ... (but) the only time I'm really unhappy is when I feel my brain isn't being utilised.''
The British beauty - who launched her own eponymous fashion brand in May last year - revealed she's already identified a number of things she'd like to achieve over the next year, including buying a house and ''falling in love''.
She told the October issues of Shape magazine: ''I tend to act in one-year plans. For example, I'll be on vacation and think, who would I like to come back here with next year?
''So for the foreseeable future, I'd like to get my line on the London Fashion Week schedule, showing twice a year ... I'd like to buy a home. I could see myself falling in love, since I'm a romantic at heart.''
Alexa admits that running her own fashion label has proven to be an enormous challenge.
However, she also thinks it's important to remain philosophical about the ups and downs of the business world.
Alexa said: ''Running a business is no joke, but the harder it gets, the more funny we find it. You have to realise it's not the end of the world.''
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