Paparazzi avoids one of the great disadvantages of actors and actresses, but it seems that they can come in handy from the outside at any time. So certainly was Cara Delevingne, who After many years of problems with alcohol and drugs, he began his recovery from some photographs taken last September at the Burning Man music festival, where she was seen behaving erratically. The photographs raised the concern of the whole world. “I wasn’t well,” admits the actress in the March issue of Vogue.
The model and actress, who has always been available to talk about her problems, opens up completely with the magazine to show what time she is in her life now, four months sober after entering rehab. Although she has had several love affairs, she admits that she was not ready at the time. “That’s the problem. If you don’t get down on the ground and you’re ready, you won’t get up.”says Delvingne according to the Hollywood Reporter.
“There’s an element of feeling invincible when I’m high. In those moments I put myself in danger because I don’t care about my life.”I admit. “It’s something that scares the people around you who love you.” He talks specifically about his relationship with his mother, who is also a victim of substance abuse. “I haven’t put on shoes for a long time. I just need someone to be mad and mad at her, but it wasn’t her fault.”
The actress says that she first abused alcohol at the age of 7 at a wedding, where she drank glass after glass of champagne. “I woke up a hungry and undressed bride in my room at my grandmother’s house.” When he grew up, the problems increased: he suffered from insomnia and dyspraxia, psychomotor disorders that make it difficult to coordinate even the simplest movements, and also from what he calls “involuntary self-damages”. He entered an even more difficult age, that is, adolescence, “everything falls apart”;. At one time he talked about the difficulties he had with mental illness: “At the age of 15 I had a huge wave of depression and anxiety.” In a Vogue profile, she specified that she used parties and alcohol as an escape mechanism from all the questions about herself and her future that she couldn’t answer.
To overcome her trauma and French, Delevigne completed 12 steps of the famous program and leads a healthy lifestyle with three meals a day, yoga, meditation and group therapy. It also highlights that the community that belonged to the project has changed everything for it. “The opposite of addiction is connection, and I really found that in 12 steps.” Now that you know how important the health of your body and mind is; He makes sure that working out is his priority in life, even before his career.
“Before, I always tried to heal quickly, doing retreats of the author in walking or doing a trauma course, which helped me at least, but never getting to the bottom line,” he says. “Of course this has a twist, but I’m starting to know a lot.” She doesn’t stress as easily as saying that she is no longer addicted and is now sober.. “It doesn’t happen overnight. Of course I want things right away. I think this particular generation wants it to happen quickly. But I had to dig deeper.”