Hailey Bieber Reveals Which Therapy Practices Were a “Game-Changer” For Her Mental Health

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Photo credit: Jeff Kravitz - Getty Images
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Hailey Bieber isn’t one to shy away from honest conversations about physical and mental health, especially on her own platforms. The model posted a video spotlighting Mental Health Awareness Month on the last day of May to share her story as well as offer resources for mental health support.

Hailey revealed that she’s been seeing a therapist for the past four years, saying, “it’s something that I felt not sure of in the beginning; but the more I've grown my relationship with my therapist, it has been such a game changer for me and it's a space where I feel really safe to be able to talk about what's going on in my mind, say things out loud and feel safe and not feel judged."

The model has struggled with social media being taxing to her mental health. Back in April, Hailey posted a TikTok begging social media trolls to leave her alone, especially those who continue to bring up old drama between Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber. “I'm somebody who struggles with people-pleasing and really wanting everybody to like me and caring a lot about what people have to say and what they think,” said Hailey.

Constant online negativity can take a toll on anyone, so we can’t imagine how difficult it must be when your online activity is being watched by millions of people. But despite her struggles, Hailey continues to talk about health on her platforms — the model had a stroke in March and shared her story on Instagram to raise awareness of stroke symptoms and causes.

Hailey revealed that she tries to immerse herself in nature as well as doing breathing exercises and taking baths to calm her anxieties. She also admits that social media isn’t all bad, explaining that it’s “a really wonderful and beautiful tool to be able to connect with people” but that she’s trying to maintain a more healthy relationship with social media moving forward.

And if you’re in need of a dose of positivity, you’ll find it in the comment section of Hailey’s YouTube video. Fans flocked to show their support, commenting “Thank you for making this, Hailey and for sharing all these resources. you will help so many people through this video! I love you and am so proud of you! 🥺💕” and “This was beautifully shared. Thank you for shedding light on a serious issue that's sadly overlooked.”

If you or someone you know is struggling with mental illness, you can call the National Alliance on Mental Illness HelpLine at 1-(800)-950-NAMI (6264) or visit their website.

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