Yungblud Shares Anxiety Over Being Perceived As Dramatic

Mental health awareness has become a more important matter in recent years, and it’s safe to say that society is adapting, and many are seeking help when needed. Celebrities also have their platforms to share their stories and potentially help anyone in their fandom relate and become aware of their struggles. Yungblud recently did the same on Twitter; he made sure his fans knew that they were not alone.

Yungblud has a huge platform, and being famous at a young age, along with some struggles in his past, made him struggle with his mental health. He has been open about it throughout his career and shared it with his fans. At the beginning of this year, he had also opened up about his parents, whose relationship seems to have impacted the singer badly.

Recently he tweeted that people should always be aware of their mental health, and it’s important to take care of it before it could be too late. The musician opened up about how he sometimes feels that the world is not real and that he is detached from the world. In this case, it’s difficult for him to hold onto a purpose. Yungblud also added that he sometimes doesn’t want to talk about it because people around him might think that he’s being dramatic.

His tweets are:

“It’s so easy to forget to take care of your own head. Your mental health is massively important. You can go a long time without realizing that you are not okay.

Sometimes I feel like the world around me isn’t real. Sometimes I feel like I can’t handle my life. Sometimes I don’t understand my purpose or don’t want to do it anymore. I don’t say anything because I don’t want those around me to feel like I’m being dramatic. But you should always talk.

I just want to send a message of energy and love to anybody going through mental health struggles right now. I can guarantee you are not alone. Anyone who needs to hear this, it’s hard, it’s complicated, but I promise you, I feel it too.”

It’s important to surround yourself with people who would understand you in a mental health crisis. Having an understanding close circle is a good thing for those who would hesitate speaking to anyone about it. Yungblud’s message to his followers made sure that people know they are not alone in this struggle.