‘The pain is obvious:’ Justin Bieber reflects on his suicidal thoughts and fears he will ‘suffer forever’ in the intimate documentary Next Chapter
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Justin Bieber has reflected on his suicidal thoughts and fears that he will ‘suffer forever’ in his mental health battle.
The 26-year-old beater admits he struggled with ‘consistent’ pain at a time and feared it would never go away unless he did something.
Speaking in his YouTube Originals documentary, Justin Bieber: Next Chapter, he said: ‘There was a time when I really, really committed suicide. Like, man has this pain ever gone away?
Honesty: Justin Bieber has reflected on his suicidal intentions and fear that he will ‘suffer forever’ in his mental health battle
‘It is very persistent, the pain is very consistent. I’m just suffering, aren’t I? So I’m like, man, I don’t want to feel this more than I feel this. ”
And now he’s in a better place, the star wants to help others and is encouraging his friends to speak up, admitting that he could have ‘avoided a lot of pain’ if he too do like that.
He added: ‘I want to be the type of person and the leader can tell people,’ You don’t have to be first. You don’t have to act in a certain way. Who you are is enough. ”
Candid: Holy hitmaker, 26, admits there were times when he struggled with ‘consistent’ pain and feared it would never go away unless he did something.
‘For the first time in my life I felt strangely peaceful … I just encouraged people, like’ Hey, if you’re feeling lonely, talk about it. Speak up. ‘ There is a freedom in it. I was able to avoid a lot of pain. ”
After the documentary aired on Friday, Justin took to social media to confirm that he is doing better now and has been trying to ‘grow’ a lot for the past eight months.
He told his followers: ‘The past 8 months have been a time of growth. Happy and healthy. ‘
Justin revealed that he used ‘prayer and meditation’ to help him get through the isolation.
Open: Speaking in his YouTube Originals documentary, Justin Bieber: Next chapter, he said: ‘There was a time when I really, really committed suicide’
Hit creator I Don’t Care says: ‘Pray and meditate. What has helped me is that I exercise a lot, stay fit and active.
‘I pray and meditate, things like that. I write music, listen to music. The music is very powerful; It can really help you when you feel low. ”
Last year, Justin was very transparent with fans about seeking help for depression and anxiety.
In April, he gave his social media followers a glimpse of one of the ways he worked to be better, as he took a selfie from within the writer. His therapist room as he told fans ‘It’s great to have a healthy mind and healthy emotions’.
Update: After the documentary aired on Friday, Justin took to social media to confirm that he is doing better now and has been trying to ‘grow’ a lot for the past eight months
In February, it was revealed that Bieber was looking to treat the depression when sources close to the star said he was ‘struggling a bit’.
“It has nothing to do with Hailey – he is very happy to be married to her,” said a source.
‘It was just another thing he had to struggle mentally. He has good help around and is receiving treatment. He seems confident that he will feel better soon. ”
A source told People: ‘He was easily moved and struggled a lot with the famous idea – being watched, all his actions were watched by fans, the camera pointed at his face,
‘It all annoys him and he often feels like everyone is out to get him.’
Coping: Justin revealed he used ‘prayer and meditation’ to help him get through the isolation
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