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In this story, mentions of suicide. Anyone experiencing suicidal thoughts or impulses is urged to call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
Actress Eilish has ever believed, she would not have at the age of 17 years of age, the young hitmaker revealed in a new interview.
The 18-year-old, who is set to start on Sunday for the Grammy awards with six nominations under her belt, opened up about her mental health, and the disadvantages of fame on Thursday, “Gayle King and Grammy Special on CBS.
In other words, is the “Bad Guy,” the singer discussed the suicidal thoughts she had while in a hotel room in Berlin, and in the end of 2018.
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“I think that this is one time when I was in Berlin, and I was alone in my hotel, and I remember that I was there, as was a window in there. I was just like, God, I remember crying because I was thinking about how the way that I was going to die, I was going to do it,” Eilish told me that the King (via Yahoo).
The King explained to the particular “fame, has had a heavy toll” on the rising star, to be noticed is that Eilish will not be able to go out in public without being recognized. The star’s friends and family who are not able to relate to her new found fame.
“Lonely, and isolated, and they fell into a clinical depression,” King said, according to the outlet.
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“I don’t want to be too dark, but I really don’t think I would like it to be, such as 17,” the teen told the King.
Eilish has been candid about her struggles with depression in the past and has urged her fans to get help, to find out if they are having similar thoughts.
“I put them in the back, and I said,” oh, Please, take care of yourself, and be kind to yourself and be kind to yourself. Don’t take that extra step and put yourself in more pain. You can’t take it back,” she said (via Yahoo).
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The singer even revealed that one of its popular lines of, “I want to finish for me,” in her hit song, “Bad Guy” for once rang true.
If you are asked to do so by the King, as the line itself, Eilish said: “It is.”
“It is verse,” she added.
Last year, in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, Eilish spoke of fear, anxiety, self-harm and suffer from depression. As a former competitive dancer, the teen said they had previously suffered from body dysmorphia. She leaves the sport following a rupture of the growth plate in her hip at the age of 13.