Supermodel Bella Hadid shared personal details Tuesday on Instagram about struggles with depression and anxiety. The 25-year-old described a mental health "rollercoaster" of "breakdowns and burnouts," and told her 47 million followers who are struggling in the same way that they "are not alone."

Hadid shared several photos of her very real-life moments that show her crying. She also commented that “social media is not real.”

“For anyone struggling, please remember that. Sometimes all you’ve gotta hear is that you’re not alone. So, from me to you, you’re not alone. I love you, I see you, and I hear you,” Hadid's Instagram post read.

Hadid wrote that she was inspired by singer Willow Smith's recent message, where she opened up about her mental health. “I love you and your words,” Hadid posted. “It made me feel a little less alone and that’s why I’d like to post this.”

Hadid noted that issues with mental health can be unique and that people should come together to understand the struggles.

“All humans are different, every single human has something so special and unique to offer. And people forget that everyone is basically feeling the same way: lost, confused, not really sure why they’re here. That anxiety, like, everyone is feeling that- - and trying to cover it up in some way. We’re gonna come together in our flaws. In our insecurities, in our joy, in our happiness, and accept it all as beautiful and natural,” Hadid posted.

Hadid encouraged more transparency in mental health. Smith responded in the comments, “Your honesty and tenderness heals so many.”

Hadid's comments come weeks after former One Direction singer Zayn Malik was accused of striking Hadid's mother Yolanda Hadid and harassing Bella Hadid's sister Gigi Hadid. Malik pleaded no contest. He was ordered to complete an anger management class and a domestic violence program.