On Monday night, Justin Bieber switched to Instagram to reflect on the implications of a childhood star. A long note App declaration on Labor Day was published in social media covering a hard few years, including drug use and unsuccessful relationships. But the 25-year-old finished on a more favorable note, capping the message with a push for all to continue fighting in comparable difficult times.
Bieber starts writing about his mental health, something that the singer opened up before. However, he explains what he thinks to be the root causes of his problems: too young to be targeted and not to live a normal life that would have helped him develop the instruments to manage.
“See, in a stable home I didn’t grow up, my parents were 18 [and] separated, still young and rebellious, without cash as well,” he clarified. “It occurred in two years, as my talent advanced and I became very successful.”
At the age of 13, his life in a small town transformed into a sale show and received universal praise.
“You hear these stuff as a young boy enough and you’re beginning to believe that,” he said later adding, “Everyone made all for me, so I have never even learned the basics of responsibility. I was 18 years old and I didn’t have any true abilities, millions of dollars and access to anything I wished. This is a very frightening notion for everybody. By 20, I had taken every wrong choice you could think about, and moved from one of the world’s most loved and adored individuals to the most ridiculed, judged and hated the man in the globe.”
All of this, he said when he was 19, revealed he used “heavy medicines” and that he had “abused all his relations” and “disrespected females.” Bieber’s 19th year included being detained for drunk driving in Miami Beach and writing this message in an Anne Frank House guestbook, naming only two stuff.
But the future is bright.
“Now I sail through the best season of my’ MARRIAGE’ life!!”Hailey Bieber, a Baldwin-born wife,” he said. “This is an incredible, insane, fresh duty. You learn patience, confidence, dedication, kindness, humility, and all that seems like a good man. Even if the odds are against you, keep fighting. Jesus loves you. Jesus loves you. Be kind today, be courageous today, and love the individuals today, not according to your norms but by the perfect love of God.”