“If I was continuing to go down the road I was I would either end up dead….or do something really, really stupid. That was scary.” Cara Delevingne speaks with Vogue’s Chioma Nnadi about her journey of healing and sobriety in the wake of some personal challenges.
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15 Replies to “Cara Delevingne Opens Up About Sobriety & Healing | Vogue”
very beautiful ????
I wish I could help, all I can do is tell ppl to shut up
Huge respect to Cara for being so open about her own journey – hopefully it will help to destigmatize addiction and encourage others who may be struggling to reach out and find that help towards recovery and health. She really was dragged through the mud in the media last year so publicly which must have been a total nightmare.
Wishing all those struggling with addiction the strength to keep going, keep fighting and to find the help they need to get healthy again ❤
Unrelated, but that couch looks SOOO comfy !
since i first accessed the internet ive been in love with this woman,,, before i even knew i was in love w her lol. cant wait for the day we meet and. make eye contact across a crowded room and then have science babies together soon after.
I got you back .
I'm always rooting for you.
I'll keep my fingers crossed.
Tapaskar????????????. 9 months onward.
We are I. This together, on it.
Proof that no one is above addiction. However, I don't have any more pity or empathy for a celebrity than I do for any of our brothers or sisters trying to survive on the street.
I wish she would get back on the gear. She was so much more fun then.
proud of her
She really seem s to have realized what was going on with her; self hatred etc. That really pushes you into addiction without you having control until you go deep into yourself to find it.
I grow up with friends who are addicts and ngl, she sounds like someone who's gonna relapse. It's rly sad to see that but I guess there's always those people
Happy and praying for Cara
Sending much love to Cara ????!!
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