Justin Bieber Opens Up About 'Fear and Anxiety' In Emotional Post
The singer has previously spoken out about his struggles with mental health.
Justin Bieber has once again shared a heartfelt post with his followers about his ongoing struggle with anxiety, encouraging those struggling with their own battles not to give up.
Posting a black and white photo on the platform, the 25-year-old wrote: "Don’t stop fighting the battle has already won... fight for what you love and who you love don’t let fear and anxiety win."
He continued, "I haven't believed the truth about myself I haven’t believed I am loved I haven’t believed I am forgiven it’s a hard thing for me to wrap my head around. I hang my head in shame and I wallow in sadness about the people who have betrayed me."
He added that his faith has helped him persevere through his struggles, saying, "Jesus has given me freedom and the persuit [sic] of getting to know his character is never-ending," he explained.
He continued, "God's character never changes he is the same yesterday now and forever. He is always good! I won’t be afraid to be vulnerable before him."
On an Instagram Stories, Bieber added, “I’m getting there one day at a time. If you’re going through it, don’t give up.”
It's not the first time the "Love Yourself" singer has been open about his struggle with anxiety and depression. In March this year, he revealed that he would be taking time away from music in order to focus on his marriage to Hailey Baldwin, as well as "repair some of the deep-rooted issues that [he has]".
“I realised, and as you guys probably saw, I was unhappy last tour and I don’t deserve that and you don’t deserve that,” he wrote on IG at the time.
He added, “You pay money to come and have a lively energetic fun light concert and I was unable emotionally to give you that near the end of the tour.”