America needs to have a conversation about mental illness because celebrities are making it trendy and influencing the kids. Every sicko that gets paid for people to look at them feels like they’re special. Hailey Baldwin is obviously touched in the head to think anyone of any importance gives a single hoot about her anxieties, insecurities, and every other buzzword she claims to be suffering from. Hailey is another model that married another multimillionaire. Nothing extraordinary. Same Disney love story. A less interesting reboot of one to be more exact. There are no new tales in Tinseltown. Feeling down? Use uppers. They’ll help you get over yourself.
The 22-year-old shared an emotional post on Instagram in which she revealed she feels “insecure,” “fragile” and is “hurting.”
“I have fears, I have doubts, I have anxiety, I get sad, I get angry,” Baldwin wrote. “I have had more days than I can count where I’ve found myself scrolling through Instagram comparing myself, comparing my looks, feeling like I’m not good enough … ”
Baldwin, who married Justin Bieber in 2018, revealed she’s struggling to be confident in herself – despite her A-list fame and modeling success. “Every single day is a confidence battle for me,” she said.
She says it would be “incredible” if women could find it in themselves to lift each other up instead of criticize each other.
I wish I could suffer from celebrity success. If the doctor diagnosed me with fame and overflowing fortune, I wouldn’t be bitching about it. I’d be getting off to myself in front of the mirror. Plus a marriage to a millionaire without a prenup is always the endgame for models. Bonus points that you’ve made it there without sucking shriveled septuagenarian peen. Baldwin has youth, time, and money. She can honestly shut up now about her imaginary problems.
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