Ariana Grande joins the group of celebrities who confess to suffer some kind of anxiety…
During an interview for Vogue magazine, Ari was sincere for the first time about his anxiety disorder and how much it intensified after the attack he experienced during one of his concerts in Manchester.
“I think a lot of people have anxiety, especially right now, my anxiety is anxious… No. I’ve always had anxiety, I’ve never talked about that because I thought everyone had it, but when I got home after the tour it was the most severe that has occurred.
Everyone thought I was crazy when I got home and I wanted to start working. I was in the studio the next day. I’m a workaholic.”
A year after the Manchester attack, Ari says he can not help but mourn when he remembers the moment and talk about him, but above all, he can not help but think about what his fans suffered:
“It’s hard to talk because many people have suffered a So severe and tremendous loss, but, yes, it’s real, I know these families and my fans, and everyone there also experienced a tremendous amount of this, the time is the biggest, I feel like I should not even be talking about my own I do not think I’ll ever know how to talk about it and not cry.”
Ari says he tries to keep in touch with some of his fans who were present at the attack, perhaps as a way to help each other heal, do you think that one day Ari will overcome Manchester?