Justin Bieber has spoken candidly about his mental health, recalling how he realized that marrying his wife Hailey Baldwin would not “solve” any of his personal problems.
The 28-year-old musician opened up about how he came to a happy place during a recent interview with Apple Music’s Ebro Darden, shared via People. According to Bieber, when she married Baldwin in 2014, she had an “emotional breakdown” as her marriage didn’t resolve the issues she initially expected.
“I remember when I first got married, I had a little emotional breakdown because I thought marriage was going to solve all my problems and it wasn’t,” she explained. “It was just a reflection of, ‘Man, you’re a bit of a hypocrite.'”
He pointed out that he was a hypocrite in expecting Baldwin to “do something” that he wasn’t doing, something he felt ultimately encouraged him to reflect on himself.
“You want your wife to do something that you’re not doing and sometimes it’s hard to look in the mirror and you really have to realize, man, maybe you’re not the person you necessarily thought you were,” he continued. “And that’s just the result of trauma and life circumstances.”
The ‘Honest’ singer then went on to describe his “faith journey” and how his “relationship with Jesus” allowed him to “not be so hard on himself”.
“Just with the idea that I am forgiven and that he guides me through this journey and day by day, I can get better and better and not be too hard on myself,” he continued.
Bieber also shared his hopes that other people form a strong bond with God, as he has, as he believes he can motivate people to “get back up” when life gets tough.
“I think ultimately that is what will encourage the people of the world, sometimes it is discouraging here, life hits you in the face and it can be difficult to get back up,” he added.
Biber said that once he realized that God is “compassionate” and “loving,” it “changed everything” for him.
“When you can have a perspective that God is not an angry guy, he is a loving, considerate and compassionate God who knows what we went through and only wants us to be the best versions of ourselves,” he added. “That for me in that perspective really changed everything.”
Bieber opened up earlier about his mental health and marriage, detailing how the two can impact each other. During an interview with GQ Last April, the ‘Stay’ singer noted how relationships aren’t always easy, as he dealt with a lot of “trauma” during the beginning of his marriage.
“The first year of marriage was pretty rough,” she explained. “Because there was a lot, going back to the topic of trauma. there was only [una] lack of trust. There were all these things that you don’t want to admit to the person you’re with, because it’s scary. You don’t want to scare her by saying, ‘I’m scared.’”
However, Bieber clarified that their relationship changed once he began to believe in their marriage more, as he continued to “create” memories with his wife.
“We just create these moments for us as a couple, as a family, we build these memories,” he added. “And it’s beautiful that we can look forward to that.”
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Bieber had an “emotional collapse” knowing that getting married would not solve his problems
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