The model Bella Hadid has made her particular confession about the mental health revealing her vulnerability and the difficulties she goes through on a daily basis. The top model has not only talked about the depression that has haunted her for years, but also about the episodes of anxiety that sometimes prevent her from going out.
In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Bella Hadid not only tells what her daily routine is, her eating or sports habits, but also that she has had a stylist for two years who helps her when it comes to dressing.
“I was in such a strange mental position that it was difficult for me to just leave the house and decide what to wear, especially with the anxiety that having them generated,” she confessed.
“This last year has been very important for me to learn that if people talk about my style, if they like it, if they don’t, it doesn’t matter, it doesn’t matter, because it’s my style. When I leave home in the morning, what I ask myself is: Does this make me happy? Do I feel good about it and am I comfortable?”, she has revealed.
About her depressive episodes, the sister of fellow model Gigi Hadid has assured that she has lived through very strong moments.
“My mother or my doctor would ask me how I was doing and instead of replying with a message, I would send them a photo. It was the easiest thing for me to do at the time because I was never able to explain how I felt. I was going through excruciating and debilitating physical and mental pain, and I didn’t know why. That has happened for the last three years of my life,” she comments.
Last November, she surprised her followers by posting on her Instagram profile, where she has almost 50 million followers, a series of photos of her praying. The images achieved more than 2.5 million likes.
Now she has explained the reason for the publication of those photos:
“It was to make it clear that anyone who felt that way knew that it was okay to feel that way. Even though things always look so pretty on Instagram, at the end of the day we are all made of the same stuff. I thought it would be good for me to tell my truth and, at a certain point, not post any more pretty pictures. That was over.”
Hadid further explained that “every human being is different, we all have something special and unique to offer. And people forget that we all feel basically the same way: lost, confused, not sure why we’re here. That anxiety is felt by everyone, and they try to cover it up in some way.”
In addition, then she also affirmed that social networks and what is published in them “are not real”.
“For someone who is suffering, please remember that. Sometimes all you need to hear is that you are not alone. So, from me and for you, you are not alone. I love you, I see you, I hear you. Self-help and mental illness or chemical imbalances are not linear, and sometimes they are like a roller coaster full of obstacles, it has its ups, its downs, its bumps from side to side. But I want you to know that there is always light at the end of the tunnel and that at some point the roller coaster always ends up completely stopping,” she encouraged her fans, explaining that she herself had had “nervous breakdowns and moments of exhaustion”.
In fact, at some moments hse decided to leave social networks because of how complex it was for her to always show a positive side.
“But if you work hard on yourself and spend time just trying to understand your traumas, triggers, joys and routines, you will always be able to understand or learn more about your own pain and how to deal with it, and that’s all you can do for yourself. demand yourself.”
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