Gantji laughs, Johnny cries, Bridget opens her letter. She then sums up a series of positive events of the past few days, including an interview with actor Harrison Ford, a “very interesting” shoot for 100% NL Magazine and the introduction of RTL Boulevard. She wrote that her son, Mays, is also doing “good at everything.”
However, the anchor wasn’t feeling very comfortable with herself. “I can’t believe my luck and yet I had a very tough week, mentally.” To deal with her feelings, she says she wears a mask. My protection mechanism is to wear a mask, to be perfect. A turn that fits me like a fitted coat until I get home and close the door behind me. Being perfect all day is exhausting. Nothing is what it seems.’
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The exact cause of the presenter’s mental problems is not clear from the Instagram post. Bridget said on the podcast a couple of months ago road to success Candid about her bullying past. “I went through a period where I took it very badly,” she said. “That I sometimes fall down stairs from top to bottom, hoping I broke something and didn’t have to go to school.”
Bridget gets a lot of help from her Instagram followers. Many women identify themselves with what you describe. “I am proud of the woman I have become. I also have feelings like this often,” writes one. Another follower wrote: “This is how Bridget can be recognized. It really is so tiring to always want to be a perfectionist and always do everything Something properly for everything and everyone.
Bridget indicates that she wants to help others in facing her weakness. “Even if only one person reads this and feels empowered by the idea that it’s OK to show your vulnerable side.”
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