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In a new interview Kim Kardashian appears to have a new perspective on pregnancy fashion as she offered some of her own hard-earned wisdom on the subject.
The Kardashian family might want to get out of the used clothing business. Kim was slammed earlier this year for donating just ten percent of her lucrative eBay auctions to charity, and now RadarOnline.com has learned that the family’s online sales are coming under fire yet again. Kim, Khloe, Kris and Kylie and Kendall Jenner have all been blasted with negative eBay feedback from buyers accusing them of shipping “defective” and “stained” merchandise, gouging buyers on shipping costs, and even failing to mail purchased items! One buyer even calls the stores a “scam,” and only Radar has all the details.
For more than six years — almost since they became famous — the Keeping Up with the Kardashians family has been able to make a quick buck by shilling their used and otherwise unwanted clothing on eBay. With just ten percent of the proceeds going to charity, it’s clear that the Kardashians are the ones making bank, but according to some buyers, the fans aren’t getting such a great deal either.
ANGELINA JOLIE has launched a scathing attack on Kim Kardashian – calling her a “witless bimbo” for using Twitter in a misguided attempt to protect Armenians in Syria, say sources.
The battle erupted after the 33-year-old reality star and fiancee of rapper Kanye West urged her 20 million Twitter followers to help save the ancient Armenian Christian village of Kasab, which had been seized by rebels in the Syrian civil war.
But her efforts backfired big-time when supporters of Syrian despot Bashar al-Assad used her tweet to bolster propaganda that the rebels had slaughtered residents and desecrated churches.
Having an addiction to taking selfies, may cause mental illness, according to an expert.
Danny Bowman, a man diagnosed with body dysmorphic disorder, explained that he grew suicidal due to his addiction taking selfies, Guardian Liberty Voice reported. Bowman shared that he would shoot about 200 pictures a day in an attempt to take the “right” selfie of himself. He also said that he would spend up to 10 hours a day taking selfies.
Bowman attempted suicide by taking an overdose of drugs when he couldn’t take what he felt to be the perfect selfie.
In trying to care for Bowman, Dr. David Veal expressed to Guardian Liberty Voice that taking too many selfies may cause mental illness, including body dysmorphic disorder, which has an “extremely high suicide rate.”
Bowman’s parents, who are both mental health professionals, explained that they believe there is a “huge lack of understanding” about how risky electronic gadgets and social media can be for users. His parents shared that his addiction to taking selfies caused him to dramatically lose weight, in addition to him trying to commit suicide.
Expert Dr. Pamela Rutledge explained in an article for Psychology Today that taking selfies is indicative of narcissism, attention seeking behavior and self-indulgence.