Leipzig – Concern for ex-GNTM model Sara Kulka (33)!
After years of depression and alcohol addiction, the 33-year-old seemed to be on the right track again – now the setback. An anxiety attack!
The body believes that you are really in danger and reacts with sometimes severe symptoms. At the time, the influencer was also sitting in the car with her two children (7, 10).
But Sara Kulka has a very special trick for dealing with it and reveals how even Prince Harry (39) can help her.
“My head was going completely crazy”
“I’ve had another panic attack in a long time,” she openly explained to her fans. “My head was going completely crazy because it had been going crazy the previous days and I only had three hours of sleep that night.”
What was bothering her thoughts so much? The Farmers protests and the resulting traffic chaos throughout Germany!
“Truck drivers must have closed a road and I was stuck in a traffic jam,” Kulka reported bravely. “And then I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to pick up the girls.” By this she means her daughters Matilda (10) and Annabell (7).
She would have been tormented by worry about this that night. That was on Monday morning Model even got up at six o’clock and walked around. When the streets initially appeared clear, she wanted to take her children to school in Leipzig. But then she suffered the attack in a traffic jam.
This is how she saves herself
In her acute fear, she called a friend who always helps her in situations like this, as she admitted on Wednesday evening. With a very simple method: “Either we analyze it together or she tells me something about Taylor Swift or Prince Harry. These are such distracting, banal topics for me.”
She was finally able to calm down and drive home safely with her girls. “Even though it really affects my mind and my mobility, I think it’s good what the farmers are doing,” assures the mother of two.
Sara Kulka has also spoken publicly about it several times in the past psychological problems discussed. In the fall she announced that she was now mentally well again.
Depressive? You can get immediate help here
If you are depressed or have suicidal thoughts, please contact the telephone counseling service (www.telefonseelsorge.de) immediately. On the free hotline 0800-1110111 or 0800-1110222 you can get help from advisors who can show you ways out of difficult situations.