Justin Bieber asks fans for prayers amid depressive episode

14 March, 2019, 19:29 | Author: Kara Nash
  • BIEBER NEEDS A FAVOUR Singer Justin Bieber wants a favour from fans. Posting over the weekend he is asking them to pray for him as he candidly wrote about his quest to overcome his inner turbulence.

Justin Bieber is asking fans for prayers after going through a hard time. The 25-year-old pop star posted a heartfelt message on his Instagram account over the weekend, updating fans on his current mental state, which he describes as one that is making him feel 'disconnected and weird'.

The caption read in part, "been struggling a lot". Just feeling super disconnected and weird. In fact, Baldwin "pushed" Bieber to get help and is a big motivating factor for him in treatment. "He has dealt with depression before and this is not new to her".

Justin Bieber is apparently going through a rough patch.

The newlyweds appeared together on the March 2019 issue of Vogue and spoke candidly about their efforts to ensure they were approaching their marriage in a supportive and healthy mindset.

Bieber first opened up about his struggle with depression in February. "He has been admittedly working through stuff, but is channeling a lot of his issues into his art, which lately has been music and fashion", our source went on to say. "Stuff that they passed on that I'm kind of mad they gave me".

"I found myself doing things that I was so ashamed of, being super-promiscuous and stuff, and I think I used Xanax because I was so ashamed", said the singer, who battled legal and personal turmoil mostly in 2014. It got pretty dark.



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