Cara Delevingne opens up about “rehab” and dealing with an “existential crisis” in a new Vogue interview

Cara Delevingne opened up about her struggles with mental health in a recent Vogue interview.

talk to Vogue magazine’s April cover star, Cara Delevingne says she decided to seek help after finding herself in a “bad place.”

The model shared: “I had some intervention, but I wasn’t ready. The problem is. I didn’t go to a therapist for three years. I pushed everyone away, and it made me realize how much it was. I was in a bad place.”

He continued, “I’ve always thought that work should be done when it’s bad, but actually work should be done when it’s good. Work should be done consistently. It will never be fixed or complete. recovered, but I’m getting used to it, and that’s the difference.”

Speaking about the quarantine and their breakup with then-girlfriend Ashley Benson, he said: “I just had an existential crisis. All my sense of belonging, all my validation – my identity, everything – came back very hard at work. At that point, it was gone. “.

She went on to add: “I felt aimless. I was worthless without a job, it was horrible. I was so caught up in grief and swagger and partying. It was a very sad time.”

Cara, 30, said she “lied” to herself that she was fine, but the photos and subsequent concern from fans made her realize she wasn’t fine and needed help.

I hadn’t slept. “I wasn’t well,” he explained. “It’s heartbreaking because I thought I was having fun, but at some point it was like, ‘OK, I’m not looking good.’

“You know, sometimes you need a reality check, so these pictures were something to be grateful for,” the Charlie’s Angels alum said.

The model actress also revealed that her friends told her “you deserve joy” so she began her “slow” journey to recovery.

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