Drew Barrymore Reveals Suicidal Thoughts After Madison Beer Confession

Singer and influencer Madison Beer revealed her mental health issues and suicidal thoughts on the “Drew Barrymore Show” on Wednesday, leading to the host’s shocking confession.

“I felt like I was putting on this facade and living out this role that had been assigned to me, and one day it all caught up with me,” Beer shared.

The 24-year-old, who was discovered by Justin Bieber, opened up about her challenges in her memoir “The Half of It.”

“I was fighting alone for so long and I felt like I had no one,” she said.

But once Beer realized she wasn’t the only person facing dark thoughts, she knew she had to speak up.

During the interview, Drew Barrymore revealed that he also overcame suicidal thoughts.

“I’ve been there. I’ve connected on levels that it’s hard to talk about,” he said.

In the past, Barrymore has spoken about her. child drug addiction and how he recovered.

“I don’t know if he really wanted to leave Earth. He was he so desperate that he didn’t know who else to turn to? the talk show host confessed.

The singer and influencer Madison Beer revealed her problems with mental health and suicidal thoughts.
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Barrymore expressed compassion for Beer and related to her challenges.
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Barrymore politely asked Beer about his two “attempts to escape life.”

The “Baddest” singer admitted to having been in a suicidal ideation mindset for “at least a year” and how it “became very normal [for her] think about that at the end of each day.”

“Sitting on a balcony and discussing jumping was something I did,” Beer he told barrymore. “And that’s why I’m like, ‘Was it really that important?’ Now obviously, with a lot of reflection and writing about it, obviously yes.

The influencer shared, “I always used to tell my best friend, ‘I want a temporary death,’” to escape her hectic life at the time.

The singer was discovered by Justin Bieber in 2012.
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Barrymore revealed that he has overcome dark suicidal thoughts.
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Barrymore also praised Beer for being open about her troubles, asking her, “How did you find your way back?”

The singer admitted that she “went to a couple of mental health retreats, did therapy every day of the week” and “started to heal the girl in me.”

“I made the decision to live,” Beer declared. “Clearly, there is something more for me to live for.”

“Everything you just said was an incredible roller coaster of real productivity in seeking help, in self-awareness, in giving grace to others, realizing that you’re not giving it to yourself,” Barrymore said of Beer. , saying: “I love you.”

The talk show host hugged Beer with praise for sharing her journey.
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The ladies embraced before the delicate conversation.
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The singer has always been open about her mental health ever since she became famous. In 2020, Beer celebrated one year of being “clean of self harm” on Instagram, writing: “As of today… I am officially one year self-harm free… I never thought I would be able to say this and I am so proud of myself.”

If you are having suicidal thoughts or experiencing a mental health crisis and live in New York City, you can call 888-NYC-WELL for free and confidential crisis counseling. If you live outside of the five boroughs, you can call the 24/7 National Suicide and Crisis Hotline at 988 or go to Suicide PreventionLifeline.org.

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