Bella Hadid confides without filter on her mental health “unsustainable and disabling”

Bella Hadid confided in an interview with WSJ Magazine, Monday, January 17. The model spoke candidly about her chronic anxiety, which she previously opened up about in November on Instagram.

“Social networks do not reflect reality,” claimed Bella Hadid on Tuesday, November 9, 2021 in an Instagram post drowned in tears. She then revealed on her Instagram account and through selfies, the underside of her repeated burn-outs. It’s in an interview with Wall Street Journal Magazine for the “My Monday Morning” section, which the 25-year-old model once again opened up about her anxiety and mental health. A subject she broached when the journalist asked her what her secret was to composing her outfit in the morning. Bella Hadid then revealed that she hadn’t had a stylist “for a long time, maybe two years now”, adding: “It’s been a long time for me to get out of the house and choose an outfit, especially with the ‘anxiety to know the photographers outside.’

She also declares to have evolved on the subject, and to be better. “Over the past year, I’ve learned that it doesn’t matter how people see my style, whether they like it or not, because it’s my style,” he said. -she. Before adding: “Now, when I leave the house in the morning, what I think about is: does that make me happy? Do I feel good like that, am I comfortable?”

“I don’t have as much anxiety as usual”

In this interview, Bella Hadid reflected on her Instagram post from last November and her thought process following that post. “I was just in excruciating, crippling mental and physical pain, and I didn’t know why,” she explains.

Gigi Hadid’s sister also revealed that her current mental state is, according to her, much better today, while dealing with day-to-day difficulties. “My brain fog is better, I don’t feel depressed. I don’t have as much anxiety anymore.” Before concluding: “Walking outside, thinking that there are a lot of people who are going through things similar to mine, it makes me feel better.”

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