Emily Ratajkowski opens up about how she left husband Sebastian Bear-McClard when she struggled with anxiety and thought something was wrong with her ).
However, things became “better and clearer” for the model when Bear-McClard “crossed” a line with her and she gained “the courage” to leave him.
Speaking of go spiritual In the podcast, Ratajkowski said, “I didn’t have the courage to leave for a long time. I was really, really unhappy.”
“I was about 100lbs and had just had my baby. I was really skinny because I wasn’t feeling well,” she said, before adding that she tried “everything” to be happy, even taking “antidepressants” .
“I was sure there was something wrong with me. I think a lot of what I’ve learned from this relationship is to trust your gut,” she continued.
Ratajkowski went on to talk about how the media portrays a person as incomplete without a partner, making it harder to get out of a relationship.
“From the moment we’re born, every piece of media we consume is basically the idea of finding a partner that rounds out and validates you,” shares two-year-old Sylvester Apollo’s model with the filmmaker explain.
“Plus, I just had a baby,” she added, “so I really want to have that family, so it’s especially hard for me to leave completely.”
However, after Bear-McClard “crossed the line” with Ratajkowski (she didn’t reveal too many details), the model mustered up the courage to walk away from him.
“For me, it was so clear, and then it became clearer and clearer, and it was good, it was clarifying,” she shared.