The singer recently opened up about her mental health struggles and how music and her family have helped her manage depression.
During an interview at Tamron Hall show on April 7, Chloe Bailey talked about her mental health and how she managed to live with depression.
“It didn’t have anything to do with my career or my music, it was all personal internal things and I think when you figure things out that make you question your entire life, you look at yourself like ‘What did I do wrong? Am I good enough?’ things like that,” the singer said, as she addressed experiencing depression. “And for me, I used music to pull me out of it, my God, Mom and my family … all of them kind of helped lift me back up into better spirits.” she continued, as written here.
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Bailey went on and talked about how music and her family, especially her sister, have helped her manage that tough period of her life. “You have your ups and you have your downs. It’s never going to be a steady course, but at least I feel confident enough in knowing this life is worth living for.” she added.
The singer then shared a warm message to young people in similar situations and let them know that there is nothing “wrong with them”. “And especially right now with this generation and social media and everything all in your face and you’re comparing your worst self to everyone’s “fake” best self, and with FOMO and things like that,” she added, as mentioned here.
”That’s why I created this album. Because it was therapy for me and now I can use it to hopefully help someone else.” the singer added, as she talked about her new album, Pieces.
Published by HOLR Magazine.