Lizzo Gets Candid About Her Mental Health In New TikTok Video
On Saturday, Lizzo shared a TikTok video that saw her tearing up while reflecting on her own self-worth. The "Juice" singer shared she was going through a rough time, and then revealed some of the things she did to help. See what she told her fans here!
Lizzo may be known for being confident and bold, but she also has gained a reputation for her candid honesty with her fans. On Saturday, the "Good As Hell" singer took to TikTok in a vulnerable video that saw her speak out about her feelings.
Lizzo expresses struggle with self-worth in emotional TikTok
Lizzo was visibly emotional in the clip as she talked about her current state of mind. Wearing a striped t-shirt with her hair up, she spoke directly to her fans, tearing up. "You know that part of sadness where you feel like a burden on everyone and annoying and nobody cares about you?" she asked. "Can we get rid of that part?"
While the Grammy-winning singer went on to reflect on her desire to feel better about her own self-worth, she admitted she just isn't there right now. "I don't want to feel this way anymore," Lizzo shared. "I want to feel like I do have someone to talk to, people do care about me. I have love. I'm not alone. That's what I want to feel, but I don't feel like that."
Lizzo talks about taking care of mental health in "dark" moment
Lizzo then returned to TikTok shortly afterwards with a video that saw her respond to a fan's comment, reflecting on why she had been so down. "You are a lot more inspiring and relatable than you think," TikTok user dionreloaded had written to her. "Read the room. You're loved."
"I had a really rough night and a very emotional morning just thinking about my relationships and life," Lizzo explained, saying that "it gets dark." However, she said that the response she got after posting her emotional video on the app made her feel "received and seen and heard," telling her fans that "you're not alone."
In yet another video, Lizzo listed off the things she did to help make her feel better after feeling so low. "Took a bath, talked to my therapist, talked to my medium, breathed, focused on gratitude, tricked my dopamine levels by getting excited about something that's happening in the future, ate a cinnamon roll, hot chocolate, and now I'm in bed," she shared.
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