Anyone Can Be Affected By Depression —— Justin Bieber


PurposeBeing a hesitant and indecisive man Justin Bieber try to become a perfect human. Recently we can see his “apology tour” is full of higgledy-piggledy. In a recent forthright and heartbreaking interview the 21-year-old give a message that: he’s trying his best, and he just wishes everyone would be a little more compassionate.

Bieber covers the new issue of NME magazine, posing with a knife in his head and a shirt with the phrase “Actually kinda cool” scrawled across it. His expression is nonchalant — amused, even — but it’s actually a pretty haunting image when paired with the story he tells inside the mag.

“I just want people to know I’m human,” he told NME. “I’m struggling just to get through the days. I think a lot of people are. You get lonely, you know, when you’re on the road. People see the glam and the amazing stuff, but they don’t know the other side. This life can rip you apart.”

The “Sorry” singer goes on to concede he deals with dumps “all the time” and said he feels “isolated” by reputation.

“You’re in your hotel room and there are fans all around, paparazzi following you everywhere, and it gets intense,” he said. “When you can’t go anywhere or do anything alone you get depressed. I would not wish this upon anyone.”

With an honest confession the distressed star contemplates that anyone can be affected by depression, no matter how rich or famous they are. And having throngs of adoring fans may sometimes be a self esteem booster, but it’s not the same as having a support system.

The untamed conduct, illegitimacy, and bad boy antics that Bieber made himself a tabloid target were laughable in many people’s eyes,

“I watched the Amy Winehouse documentary [‘Amy’] on the plane and I had tears in my eyes because I could see what the media was doing to her, how they were treating her,” he said. “People thought it was funny to poke her when she was at rock bottom, to keep pushing her down until she had no more of herself. And that’s what they were trying to do to me.”

After realizing his bad habit he seems to be doing a bang-up job of repairing his public image and drawing our attention to what matters most: his talent as an artist. Bieber’s unrealized album “Purpose” goes to release on Nov. 13 and will optimistically hammer in the point that he’s a man on the mend.

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