Gisele Bündchen has just been honest about why she eventually collapsed with former boss Leonardio DiCaprio.
The 38-year-old supermodel, who has been dating DiCaprio for five years, says she has experienced a dark period in her early twenties, even though her career has been flamboyant. She started to experience panic attacks, she told halloween magazine and became depressed.
"When I was experiencing my panic attacks, I did not even feel like I could share with anyone," said Bundchen. "I thought I might not have the right, everyone is experiencing so many difficult things in the world, and I have no right to feel that way, so I would suppress it, and the more I suppressed it, the bigger it became.
Bündchen says a doctor has prescribed Xanax, but she did not want to take it instead of choosing to change her lifestyle. Instead of living in a suitcase, consisting of a mopping Frapuccino, cigarettes and wine, Bundchen reduced his work with sugar, caffeine and alcohol. She dived into yoga and meditation and spent more time with her family.
* From breast implants to homebirths: 5 lessons from Giselle Bundchen's book
* Gisele Bundchen opens his fight with anxiety and panic attacks
* Tom Brady ignores the wife's requests to leave NFL
And as he writes in his new book, Lessons: My way to meaningful life she also realized that DiCaprio was no longer right for her.
"I'm no longer bored with smoking, drinking, and doing too much work, I was getting more and more aware of what I had chosen not to look at," she says. "Were I alone when I wanted to carry out serious studies of the souls while he was still the same? Finally, unfortunately, the answer was yes.
Bündchen broke with DiCaprio in 2005, and in 2006 he began to meet Tom Brady. The couple married in 2009 and have since accepted two children. (This weekend will almost certainly hit Super Bowl 53 to cheer the patriots.)
in Lessons, Bündchen writes that Brady, whom he met with the blind, is a man you can count on. With Tom, which provides our family with a solid foundation, I am in a position to create a home.
– USA Today