Bella Hadid shared photos of herself crying on social media during her battle with anxiety.
The model shared a screen recording of her friend Willow Smith opening up about mental health and her insecurities, and the singer’s words hit the mark for the 25-year-old.
“<@willowsmith> I love you and your words. They made me feel a little less alone and that’s why I’d like to post this, ”Hadid wrote along with selfies of herself crying.
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In the clip shared by Hadid, Willow, the superstar’s daughter Will Smith Other Jada Pinkett Smith – He told viewers: “All humans are different, every single human has something so special and unique to offer. And people forget that everyone feels basically the same: lost, confused, not quite sure why. I am here”.
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“That anxiety, like, everyone feels it and tries to cover it up in some way,” Willow continued in the video. “We will unite in our flaws. In our insecurities, in our joy, in our happiness, and we will accept everything as beautiful and natural.”
The supermodel then shared her personal struggles with her followers, telling them that “they are not alone” as “there is always a light at the end of the tunnel”.
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“This is pretty much mine every day, every night for a few years now,” Willow wrote of Willow’s thoughts in the video on Instagram. “Social media is not real. For anyone who has a hard time, remember that. Sometimes all you need to hear is that you are not alone. So from me to you, you are not alone. I love you, I see you, and I listen to you.
“Self-help and mental illness / chemical imbalance are not linear and it’s almost like a roller coaster of obstacles flowing … it has its ups and downs, and side to side.”
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Hadid said it takes hard work to understand and come to terms with your demons, but she is willing to do the work to heal.
“It took me a long time to figure it out in my mind, but I’ve had enough breakdowns and breakdowns to know: if you work hard enough on yourself, spending time alone to understand your traumas, triggers, joys and routine, you will always be able to understand or learn more about your pain and how to manage it. Which is all you can ask yourself, “he concluded.
If you or someone you know needs immediate support, contact Lifeline at 13 11 14 or through lifeline.org.au. In an emergency, call 000.
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