Supermodel Bella Hadid shares shocking series of nervous breakdown photos


In a lengthy Instagram post, American model Bella Hadid opened up about her battle with mental health. She posted nine pictures of herself crying saying it had been her “everyday” for a few years now.

The 25-year-old has apparently had mental health issues for over a decade.

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In a September Instagram post announcing her role in her beverage business, Kim Euphorics, Bella Hadid explained that she suffered from extreme depression and anxiety for most of her teenage life.

“Since I was 14, I have tried everything to make myself feel better. After years of social drinking at work, event after event at work, as well as various immune problems, my body started saying “NO” to me.

“My social anxiety was something that slowly took hold of me as I hit my 20s. It became more difficult for me to go out, so I was hibernating between jobs.


Bella Hadid detailed her struggle with mental health using Willow Smith’s words in an Instagram post on Tuesday, November 9. The award-winning model said Smith’s words made her feel “a little less lonely.”

In a video, Smith says, “This feeling of thinking you’re good enough or being unsure of your art is natural, but at the same time, I feel like it’s being taught.”

In her post, Hadid wanted her 47 million Instagram followers to know that if they are struggling with mental health issues, they should remember that they are not alone.

“So from me to you, you’re not alone. I love you, I see you and I hear you. Self-help and mental illness / chemical imbalance are not linear and it’s almost like a roller coaster of obstacles… ”

“It has its ups and downs and its sides to side. But I want you to know that there is always light at the end of the tunnel and the roller coaster always comes to a complete stop at some point.

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Speaking about her struggle with breakdowns and burnouts, the award-winning model explained that it took a long time for her to realize that working on yourself can lead to learning more about your own pain and finding ways to cope. manage it.

“That’s all you can ask for yourself. Anyway. I don’t know why, but it’s getting harder and harder not to share my truth here. Thanks for seeing me and thanks for have listened to me. I love you. “

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