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Hailey Baldwin (model and wife of Justin Bieber) is starting off 2019 with a view of her vulnerable side. Yesterday she posted a photo of herself on Instagram to talk about her struggles with self-esteem and comparing herself with other women. She also talks about how she wants women to lift one another other up when they're struggling and how she wants to be more confident in being herself in the new year. 

Baldwin posted a picture of herself on Instagram yesterday with a long caption about her feelings about herself, self-esteem issues, and goals going into the new year.  

She started off the post by saying "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."

"I’m 22 years old, and the truth is no matter how amazing life may look from the outside I struggle..."

"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..."

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"I’m not writing this for a pity party or for sympathy, but just to simply say, I’m a human... I’m a young woman, I’m learning who I am, and it’s REALLY FREAKING HARD."

Luckily, the post continues on a more positive note. She goes on to say that she wishes women would support one another through their issues since it's possible we're all going through the same things. We should celebrate our uniqueness.

Lastly, Baldwin talks about her goals for the new year. She's focused on being confident while being herself. "So this year I’m gonna do my very best to just be ME and be confident with who I am. ’Cause I am enough, and I’m loved, and you are enough and you’re loved."

This is certainly a message we can get behind!

And her fans certainly agree!

Plenty of celebs, including her husband, Justin Bieber, showed their support as well. 

We've all dealt with our own self-esteem issues, but we want to know what you think.