Gisele Bundchen He made many changes in 2005, and that included giving Leonardo DiCaprio Starting after five years of appointments.
The supermodel and the winning actor of an Oscar began to emerge in the year 2000, but after Gisele began to have increasingly intense panic attacks, DiCaprio was one of the many things that He said goodbye as he began a new chapter of his life.
"When I was going through my panic attacks, I did not even hear that I could share it with anyone," he revealed in a new interview with PORTER. "I thought maybe I do not have the right, everyone is going through so many difficult things in the world, and I do not have the right to feel it this way. So I delete it, and the more I suppressed it, the bigger it was made ".
This led him to contemplate suicide, before treating his anxiety altering his diet, cutting caffeine, cigarettes and alcohol and resorting to a series of retreats. With these changes a new clarity appeared about his relationship with DiCaprio.
The magazine published an appointment previously unlisted about Leo from the Bundchen's 2018 book, "Themes: My Way to a Significant Life," an appointment that has just begun to pick up seriously online today.
"I no longer fell asleep with smoking, drinking and working too much, I became increasingly aware of the things I had chosen not to look at," wrote Gisele. "I was alone in wanting to make a serious search of the mind while it remained the same? In the end, unfortunately, the answer was yes."
Later he would find love with her Tom Brady, with whom his son Benjamin and Vivian's daughter share. They also cover the son of Brady Jack, his son with Bridget Moynahan.
In the previous preview of PORTER on his next cover story, they also included Bundchen's thoughts on the #MeToo movement and how it can be seen in a positive way.
"That [#MeToo] The movement has joined women. It's a beautiful thing. We are stronger when we are united, "the publication said." It makes me wonder why we were not like that before. "
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