Gisele Bundchen is famously private about her personal life, but she’s now opening up about past suicidal thoughts in a new memoir. In “Lessons: My Path to a Meaningful Life,” out Oct. 2, Bündchen shares her history of mental health struggles and her experiences dealing with panic attacks, suicidal ideation and medication. “Things can be looking perfect on the outside, but you have no idea what’s really going on,” the supermodel, 38, said in an interview with People. “I felt like maybe it was time to share some of my vulnerabilities and it made me realize, everything I’ve lived through, I would never change because I think I am who I am because of those experiences.” After experiencing a panic attack on a small plane 15 years ago, Bundchen said she began to fear tunnels, elevators and other tight spaces. “I had a wonderful position in my career, I was very close to my family, and I always considered myself a positive person, so I was really beating myself up,” she told People. “Like, ‘Why should I be feeling this?’ I felt like I wasn’t allowed to feel bad, but I felt powerless. Your world feels smaller and smaller and you can’t… Read full this story
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