Justin Bieber is being treated for depression, but is still generally happy as a newlywed in his marriage with Hailey Baldwin, according to a new report. The sources further stated that he has been struggling a bit and seems to be exhausted all the time.
Justin Bieber is now being treated for depression, and the singer is having a hard time.
Despite being "very happy" in his marriage with Baldwin, Bieber has been "down and tired" lately, another source previously said. "It's just something else that he struggles with mentally", continued the insider.
"He's feeling very positive that he's uncovering some root issues, and everyone is optimistic that this will help him figure out his next chapter", says the insider. "He seems confident he will feel better soon".
The source points to the complex family dynamics underlying Bieber's issues.More news: Tottenham boss not surprised by Jadon Sancho's heroics at Borussia Dortmund
Us Weekly reports Bieber is "going to several doctors" but its source clarifies that: "He's not in rehab...."
A separate source told People that Bieber struggled with being in the public eye.
Yahoo reached out to a representative for Bieber, but did not immediately receive a response.
The Sorry singer opened up about being a sex addict, saying after being "super promiscuous" for a time, abstaining from sex helped him feel closer to God.
The source stressed that Bieber's battle has "nothing to do" with his new wife Hailey Baldwin, 22, who he married last September after just three months of dating.More news: North Macedonia name change enters force
"I started really feeling myself too much. I was lonely. I needed some time".
The Biebers also discussed their different temperaments.
In the same profile, Bieber described himself as "emotionally unstable". "I struggle with finding peace. I think there were times when my security was coming in late at night to check my pulse and see if I was still breathing". Hailey's very logical and structured, which I need. With the lifestyle I live, everything is so uncertain.
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