The Love Yourself hitmaker has reportedly been having a hard time dealing with his mental health and has formed a strong support group to help him through it.
In addition, People reports that a second source has confirmed the Bieber is receiving treatment for depression, while a third source "who has spent time with Bieber over the years" tells the magazine that Bieber is "emotional and struggles a lot with the idea of fame".
"He's emotional and struggles a lot with the idea of fame - being followed, having his every move stalked by fans, cameras in his face". He further revealed how he feels the writers are only wanting to get something out of him so that the same can be used against him. We've been working through stuff. The singer said he had a problem with sex before rekindling his romance with Baldwin and decided they would save sex for after they got married. So how did it feel changing her last name from Baldwin to Bieber?
The couple tied the knot in a NY courthouse in September after dating for 12 weeks - and more than a decade after first meeting.
In a recent joint interview for Vogue with Hailey, Justin opened up about his mental health, and explained how becoming famous as a young teenager affected him later in life. "My mum always said to treat women with respect. There are perks. You get rewarded for good behaviour", Bieber added.More news: Why Bebe Rexha Won’t Filter Herself After Fashion Revelation
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During this vulnerable time, Bieber has reportedly formed a strong support network made up of "the people that love him most", according to the E! insider, including his wife Hailey Bieber and pastor.
Bieber recalled. "I was like, 'Holy cow, this is what I've been looking for'". I got very arrogant and cocky.
"I haven't talked about this, and I'm still processing so much stuff that I haven't talked about", he told Vogue.
If you are anxious about your or someone else's mental health, the best place to get help is your GP or local mental health provider. "I was lonely. I needed some time". However, if you or someone else is in danger or endangering others, call 111.