Bella Hadid he sent an important message on the subject of mental health, opening up about his own experience in solidarity with those who are going through a difficult time.
The 25-year-old model posted a slideshow on his Instagram account which starts with a video of Willow Smith that: “It made me feel less alone“, explained in the caption.
In the clip, the 21-year-old singer and daughter of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith says: “That feeling of not being good enough or being unsure of your art is natural but, at the same time, I feel it needs to be taught. All humans are different and every human has something special and unique to offer“.
“People forget that everyone feels basically the same: lost, confused, insecure why I’m here. Everyone feels that anxiety and tries to mask it in some way. We have to unite in our faults. In our insecurities, in our joy and happiness, and accepting everything as beautiful and natural“.
The Smith family – getty images
Bella Hadid continued the slideshow with a series of selfies in which she shows herself crying and added:
“This has more or less been my daily life for a few years now. Social media is not real. Anyone who is suffering, please remember remember. Sometimes you need to feel that you are not alone. So, from me to you, you are not alone. I love you, I see you and I hear you“.
Bella Hadid at the MTV VMAs – getty images
“Self help and mental health balance are not linear – has continued – They are like a roller coaster of obstacles, with its ups and downs. But I want you to know that there is always light at the end of the tunnel and that the roller coaster stops at some point (there is always room for them to start again, but for me it has always been nice to know that, even if it’s for a few days, weeks or months, it gets better)“.
“It took me a long time to get it into my head but I’ve had enough breakdowns to know this: if you work hard enough on yourself, you spend time alone to understand your traumas, what triggers them, the joys and the routine, you will be able to understand and learn more about your pain and how to manage it. That’s all you can ask yourself in any way. I’m not sure why, but it’s getting harder and harder not to share my truth here. Thank you for listening to me, I love you“.
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