Justin Bieber feels disconnected, weird

Alicia Farmer
March 14, 2019

Justin Bieber is reaching out to his millions of Beliebers around the world and asking for their thoughts and prayers as he struggles with depression. Just feeling super disconnected and weird. After fans noticed the singer seemed a bit out of in in recent photos, PEOPLE reported that he was seeking counseling for depression.

When it comes down to it, Justin's music and his wife Hailey Bieber, 22, are helping him get through the tough times.

This comes nearly a month after the 25-year-old started receiving treatment to help ensure his mental well-being.

"He is very happy being married to her". Hailey has known about his struggles for a long time.

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Her go-to essentials are "Bare Minerals' foundation stick, brow gel, some mascara, blush and highlighter".

Hailey also "knows it's not about her and their marriage is solid", the source added.

Bieber also speaks about his battle with depression, telling Vogue that he's still dealing issues that arose during his Purpose World Tour. The acclaimed Canadian singer recently opened up about his personal life and now there are reports that just like his former partner Selena Gomez, he too is reportedly suffering from mental health issues.

"One of the big things for me is trusting myself". For me that was always in my head while I was doing it, so I could never enjoy it. Drugs put a screen between me and what I was doing.

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