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Ed Sheeran reminds us that eating disorders affect men, too | Arwa Mahdawi

Problematic relationships with food are not ‘female’ afflictions – and the more male celebrities who speak honestly about their experiences, the better
Elton John and Ed Sheeran at the Grammys in 2013. Photograph: Kevin Mazur/WireImage

There is no amusing or pleasant way to say this: . , a US self-help publisher, the singer talked about struggling with anxiety, addiction and body image problems at the height of his career. Sheeran said that he had been reading Elton John’s autobiography and saw a lot of his behaviour reflected in it. “There are so many things that he did that I do. He

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