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Harry Styles said going to therapy made him feel “more alive” than ever.
The sensation of singing revealed that she has actively avoided talking about her mental health to professionals in the past, but now feels better about it after taking the plunge.
The 28-year-old “Watermelon Sugar” hitmaker told Better Homes & Gardens that he previously thought that going to therapy “meant you were broken.”
But after organizing his first therapy session five years ago, the former One Direction star said it made him less fearful of facing his mental health obstacles.
“I thought it meant you were broken,” she told Better Homes & Gardens. “I wanted to be the one who could say I didn’t need it.”
“I think that accepting to live, to be happy, to suffer in extremes, is the most alive thing you can be,” said the singer of “As It Was”, adding: “Losing it crying, losing it laughing – there is no way, I don’t think, to feel more alive than that.
Styles said he welcomed the COVID-19 blockade as an opportunity to slow down his busy lifestyle and instead take care of his mental health.
In particular, the singer explained that both he and his therapist tried to dig for the reason of his imperishable need to be “nice”.
Styles said he was told to “give so much away” in a desperate attempt to be appreciated early in his glittering career, particularly during his 2010 stint on X-Factor.