The singer, who has sold more than 20 million albums worldwide and is one of the world of the highest earners in the music industry, is moving to Australia after three years in the US.
She said: “This is the most exciting time for me to be able to leave my home and live somewhere that is welcoming and accepting.”
She told the ABC she would be staying in Sydney with her husband, Mark, who she met on the tour bus.
“I don’t know if I’m ready to be in a relationship, but I do know that I am ready for my family to have a better life, for my son to grow up in a home where he is loved, and for me as an artist to have the chance to have something that is meaningful to me,” she said.
She said she was looking forward to the new year and her first new home since leaving the US last year.
Mental health concerns The singer was diagnosed with bipolar disorder when she was 17, and had battled depression and anxiety since.
In her book, she wrote: “It took years of therapy and medication to help me understand that my bipolar disorder wasn’t a disorder of my own, but was a manifestation of a pervasive, internalised, pathological sense of self, an anxiety disorder, and a sense of isolation.”
“I have come to the understanding that the way I feel and the way others feel is what determines who I am,” she wrote.
She was also diagnosed with a condition known as post-traumatic stress disorder.
Her book describes her struggle with it as a “traumatic mental illness”, which led to her relapsing and her “losing control” of her life.
“In my first year out of the country, I felt trapped in the house with no family, no support system, no community, no one to turn to when I needed them most,” she explained.
“I couldn’t get out of bed.
I couldn’t do anything.
She described the time she spent with her children as “a nightmare”. “
I was a shell of a person, and it was impossible for me and it is still impossible for anyone to ever see me as who I really am.”
She described the time she spent with her children as “a nightmare”.
“It took me until about five years ago to get my head out of my shell and look at myself, and my family,” she told the Sydney Morning Herald.
“You see your child and you think, this is the one person I want to have in my life, and you just want to be the best person in the world for them.
“And you know, you want to say, ‘Hey, this kid needs to be your best friend and you need to support him, you need him to be happy and you should always be the person that is there for him.'””
The star’s decision to move to Australia comes after she revealed her mother’s mental health struggles, and the death of her father, John. “
And you know, you want to say, ‘Hey, this kid needs to be your best friend and you need to support him, you need him to be happy and you should always be the person that is there for him.'”
The star’s decision to move to Australia comes after she revealed her mother’s mental health struggles, and the death of her father, John.
The singer was asked by the ABC if her mental health had changed since the departure of her mother, who was diagnosed at the age of 52 with post-partum depression and bipolar disorder.
“You can’t change your personality. “
You can’t get your mind off your problem, you can’t ever think about anything but the situation. “
You can’t change your personality.
You can’t get your mind off your problem, you can’t ever think about anything but the situation.
So I don´t really have any answers. “
It’s what makes me who I’m.
So I don´t really have any answers.
It’s a lot of work.
I’m working hard to get back to where I was.
But it’s also an opportunity.”
She said that she was grateful for the support of her family and her fans, and that she had not been able to share the positive experiences she had had in the past with the public.
Ms Nairn said: ”It’s not the end of the road.
I still have some things I want me to say that will hopefully get across to people in my area, people who might not have been able, maybe not fully, to get the same understanding of what’s going on.
“But for me, it’s about moving forward.
It’s about wanting to make it bigger than what it is.
I’m not going to stop living.
We’re just moving forward, and moving on.”
Ms Naimn, who is one year younger than her late mother, said she had been in the spotlight for some time. ‘The only