Hailey Bieber has anxieties, just like the rest of us.
The model and new wifey to Justin Bieber himself opened up to her fans via her Instagram account last night, vowing to get far more open about her troubles online.
"Stepping into 2019 I want to be more open, I want to be more open about the things I struggle with, and be able to be more vulnerable," she described in the post, below.
"I’m a 22 years old, and the truth is no matter how amazing life may look from the outside I struggle…"
Battles with confidence appear to be a daily dilemma for young women, with society continuously placing pressure to look perfect on their shoulders.
"I’m insecure, I’m fragile, I’m hurting, I have fears, I have doubts, I have anxiety, I get sad, I get angry," she continued.
Hailey's honesty revolves around her self-esteem, describing how every single day is a "confidence battle";
"I have had more days than I can count where I’ve found myself scrolling through Instagram comparing myself, comparing my looks, feeling like I’m not good enough feeling like I lack so many things and really struggling to be confident in who I am because I constantly feel like I’m just not good enough."
"I'm a human.. I'm a young woman, I'm learning who I am and, it's REALLY FREAKING HARD. It's hard finding who you are, but what's even harder is being picked apart and compared to other women while trying to do that," she opined.
Hailey explained at the conclusion of her post that she's not "writing this for a pity party," rather for her fans to see their own beauty inside and out.
"It would be incredible if other young girls and women could find it in themselves to lift each other up, to stop making other women who are struggling JUST LIKE THEM, feel incompetent and less than," she asked for her fans to see the positive side.
"We ALL have flaws, and that will never change. What I do know is, God made us individuals for a reason, with our own beauty, our own personalities, and our own story because there's a specific plan and purpose for each and every human created and he makes no mistakes!!"
The famous model has taken social media breaks before, as well as opening up about the difficulties of Instagram negativity and trolling;
"Whenever I take breaks from it I feel so much better so much happy as a person.. the second I come back on I get immediate anxiety, I get sad and I get worked up," she typed in one of the images.
The constant media attention and focus on her appearance unsurprisingly takes its toll.
"The negativity screams so loud."
Baldwin has spoken about the impact of social media on her relationship to Sorry singer Justin Bieber;
"It's hard to focus on your well being and mental health when each time you open Instagram someone is tearing apart your job, or your relationship or essentially any of the things in your life that are positive."
She finished, "I won't let people make me feel like I'm doing something wrong by enjoying my life and being happy."
You go girl, everyone deserves to feel confident and positive in their own skin, no matter how big a celebrity they are.