Bella Hadid is one of the most well-known supermodels in the world right now. Her beauty and stylish sense have captivated the world. When celebrities open up about their mental struggles and obstacles they experience both inside and outside of their respected field, it the message is often received far and wide, as was the case recently with Hadid. The supermodel opened up on her mental health in an Instagram post last Tuesday.
Bella Hadid has already spoken up about her mental health in the past in 2019, when she discussed her battle with depression.
Hadid spoke on her problems to manage her emotional and mental well-being with her career when visiting the Vogue Fashion Festival in 2019. She even stated that:
“I would cry every single morning, I would cry during my lunch breaks, I would cry before I slept”Vogue Magazine.
Back in August 2021, she also discussed her other mental health challenges that she faced during her modeling career, which she began when she was 17-years-old.
Hadid discusses the emotional pressures and challenges she had during the peak of her career as one of the world’s most recognized supermodels in this Vogue video.
She is frequently asked why she is unable to smile at fashion displays, and she answered by stating that it was primarily because she was in a physically and mentally horrible state.
Nonetheless, Hadid was inspired by Willow Smith’s new video, which explores the complex link between art and self-deprecation in a recent Instagram post. As a result, Bella began to associate the topic with her own mental health and emotions of insecurity.
Hadid made a statement after admitting to suffering from severe depression and crying practically every day for the previous few years.
In her statement, she said that everyone is different and unique and that it’s alright to feel lost or bewildered in this world because everyone has something to offer.
Hadid also discussed how social media isn’t genuine and how we’re often affected by its presence, and said we should not feel alone and should unite and accept our emotions. “So, from me to you, know that you aren’t alone. I adore you, and I see and hear you. It’s almost like a flowing rollercoaster of obstacles when it comes to self-help and mental illness/chemical imbalance. Depression has always seemed to have ups and downs to it,” said Hadid in her Instagram post.
Bella Hadid is ecstatic after joining a growing number of celebrities who have spoken out about their mental health. Her battle with depression exemplifies how social media and a variety of sectors can influence and encourage people to feel depressed.