Between selfies, vacation memories and photos of avocado toast, the networks also serve as a platform from which celebrities share messages with which to connect on a deeper level with their followers. Emily Ratajkowski, for example, reflected on her motherhood a couple of months ago through these words: “I feel too humble to have false notions of control. I am completely and undeniably helpless in everything that surrounds my pregnancy: how will it change? my body, what my son will be like. ” Bar Refaeli also takes advantage of the fact that 3 million people follow all of her footsteps to talk about the kind of education she would like girls to receive today. She herself is the mother of two girls and a boy, and she just revealed what advice she would give to any little girl who dreams of becoming a strong woman.
The model assures that thanks to her parents she is now a strong and powerful woman
“Over the years I have been asked the same question over and over again. What advice could you give to little girls who dream of becoming strong and successful women? I think the real question is how to educate girls to come to be “: thus begins the text with which Bar has accompanied this photograph. An image with which the Israelite remembers the values she learned while growing up: “My parents constantly told me that I was beautiful. Inside and out. That I am smart, kind and a good friend. The word LOVE was always heard in our house. The words SHARE and COMPASSION were part of our daily conversations. “
Refaeli continues with a confession: “I always felt special, yes, never above anyone else. I have been raised to be humble and strong, but also vulnerable. To believe in myself and to be grateful. All the time.” Some values that have helped her to be the person she is today: “I love being a strong woman. Now as an adult I can see how her words resonate in my head and guide me to be who I am today. And I’m great ( they also taught me to love myself 🙃) “. A security that led her to succeed in a career as competitive as modeling.
Regarding how she transfers these teachings to her children, Bar is aware of the responsibility that this entails: “As a mother, I see the fundamental role we play in our children’s self-esteem, their strengths and their power to pursue their dreams and believe that everything is possible”. In closing, Liv, Elle and David’s mom shares a piece of advice for anyone who reads her words: “I ask you to tell your daughters that they are beautiful every day! That they are strong and powerful. What can they do? what they want and become what