“The pain is so consistent:” Justin Bieber reflected on suicidal thoughts, worried that he would “suffer forever” in the next chapter of the intimate documentary.
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Justin Bieber reflected on his suicidal thoughts, worried that he would “suffer forever” in the mental health battle.
The 26-year-old destined holy beater admitted that he had endured “persistent” pain many times and feared that unless he did something, the pain would never go away.
In his YouTube Originals documentary Justin Bieber: In the next chapter, he said: “Sometimes I really commit suicide. It’s like, man, will this pain disappear?
Honesty: Justin Bieber reflects on his suicidal thoughts and fears that he will “suffer forever” in the mental health battle
“This is so consistent, and the pain is so consistent. Am I just suffering? So, I’m like, man, I would rather not do this than this.
And now he is in a better position. The star wants to help others and encourages his friends to speak up, admitting that he can “avoid a lot of pain” if he does this.
He added: “I want to be a person and a leader who can tell people,’You don’t have to be in the front. You don’t have to take a certain way. Who you are is enough.
Frankly: The 26-year-old founder of the saint admits that he has endured “persistent” pain many times and fears that unless he does something, the pain will never go away.
“I feel so peaceful for the first time in my life… I just encourage people, for example,’Hey, if you feel lonely, talk about it. Speak out loud.’ That is a kind of freedom. I could have avoided a lot of pain.
After the documentary aired on Friday, Justin went to social media and insisted that he is doing better now and that he has successfully “grew up” a lot in the past eight months.
He told his followers: “The past 8 months are the time to grow up. Healthy and happy.”
Justin revealed that he has been using “prayer and meditation” to help him isolate.
Open: In his original YouTube documentary “Justin Bieber: Next Chapter” he said: “Sometimes I really kill myself.”
The beater I don’t care about said: “Pray and meditate. What helps me is that I exercise a lot, stay healthy and stay active.
“I pray and meditate and things like that. I write music and listen to music. Music is very powerful; it can really help you when you are down. “
Last year, Justin was very transparent about fans seeking help for depression and anxiety.
In April of this year, he introduced to his social media followers a way he was gradually getting better because he took a selfie in the therapist’s office. He told fans, “Have a healthy mind and a healthy mind. The emotions are so cool”.
Latest news: After the documentary aired on Friday, Justin went to social media and insisted that he is doing better now and has successfully “grew up” a lot in the past eight months
As early as February, it was reported that Bieber was seeking treatment for depression, because sources close to the star said he had been “struggling.”
A source said: “This has nothing to do with Hailey. He is very happy to marry her.”
“This is just another thing he is struggling with mentally. There is good help around him and he is receiving treatment. He seemed confident that he would get better soon.
A source told the People’s Daily: “His thoughts of emotion and fame made him very struggling-following his footsteps, fans, and cameras following his every move.
“All this moved him, and he often felt that everyone wanted to save him.”
Response: Justin revealed that he has been using “prayer and meditation” to help him isolate
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