Hailey Bieber looked back at her “lowest point”, remembering a time when she didn’t want to “be here” anymore.
The model’s state of mind has gotten ‘really dark’ in the past, she told ‘Call Her Daddy’ podcast host Alexandra Cooper when asked about her ‘lowest moment’ in the Wednesday episode.
“You may start to think it’s not worth it anymore or you don’t want to be here anymore, which I’ve had in the past,” Bieber, 25, said.
“Coming out of that, I think a support system is the most important thing, of course,” the former ‘Drop the Mic’ co-host continued. “Sometimes I think we can’t understand [those thoughts] on our own.”
Bieber stressed the importance of being able to “express” these views instead of managing them alone.
“You need to go see someone who is going to feel safe for you and support you in these thoughts, not make you feel like you’re crazy or you’re wrong for feeling dark and deep and heavy,” a- she said, noting that her own self-talk often has the opposite effect.
“[I tell myself that] I don’t feel that because I have an amazing life,” the former ballet dancer said. “My dialogue in my head goes like this:”
Bieber, who tries to be “softer with” herself, didn’t hold back in the rest of the explosive interview, touching on the sex life of her and husband Justin Bieber as well as her past romance with Selena Gomez.
Before saying her favorite sex position is “doggystyle” and sharing her thoughts on threesomes, Hailey described how Justin, 28, “closed a chapter” with Gomez, 30, before their September 2018 wedding.
“I think it was the best thing that could have happened to him to move on, get engaged, get married and move on with his life in a…healthy way,” Hailey said of the singer’s brief reconciliation. of “Peaches” with the “Only”. Murders in the Building” star before he proposed to her in July 2018.
“I would never want to get into a relationship and get engaged and be married to them and think deep down, ‘I wonder if that was really, like, closed for you,'” she noted.
“We were able to get back together because it was completely closed.”
New York Post