Justin Bieber seeking treatment for depression

Justin Bieber and father Jeremy Bieber

According to a source, Justin Bieber has been struggling with depression before meeting Hailey Baldwin, but he now feels it's time to tackle the problem.

It appears pop star Justin Bieber is going through a hard time at the moment, as insider sources claim he's now battling depression.

The As Long As You Love Me hitmaker has been feeling down and exhausted as of late and is reportedly seeking some help to discover the root issues that have been affecting him.

The 24-year-old pop star is now receiving treatment for depression, and a source tells ET that Hailey recognized he needed help and pushed him to seek treatment. "It's just something else that he struggles with mentally", continued the insider.

"He has been struggling a bit", a source tells People of the 24-year-old. She loves him with all of her heart, and just wants him to be happy, so it hurts to see him struggling. "He seems confident he will feel better soon".

The source then went on to cite Bieber's parents - Jeremy Bieber and Pattie Mallette - stating that the singer felt like they put a lot of pressure on him to succeed when he was growing up.

"He started off as a typical sweet, Canadian teen. Having this huge amount of fame completely changed him", the insider said of Bieber.

In addition, People reports that a second source has confirmed the Bieber is receiving treatment for depression, while a third source "who has spent time with Bieber over the years" tells the magazine that Bieber is "emotional and struggles a lot with the idea of fame". "She just wants him to be at his healthiest so she pushed him to get steady help and he hasn't resisted".

"I got really depressed on tour", he recalled. "'People love me, I'm the s--,' that's honestly what I thought", he told the magazine. I got very arrogant and cocky. I was wearing sunglasses inside. "For me that was always in my head while I was doing it [being promiscuous], so I could never enjoy it", Bieber told Vogue, in a joint interview with Hailey. "I have loved him for a long time".



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