Between Ariana Grande‘s highly publicized split from Pete Davidson and the tragic passing of her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller, the “God is a Woman” singer has faced a lot of trauma in recent months. Now sources are suggesting that it’s time for the 25-year-old to face her “unresolved issues.”
“It’s a miracle she’s still holding it together after everything she’s seen,” a source close to the pop star revealed to Heat magazine. “A lot of people think it would be good for her to take a break and get professional help.”
Despite the fact that Ari recently announced her Sweetener World Tour and has maintained her strong social media presence, those closest to her know that looks can be deceiving. “On the outside, it may seem like she’s OK, but deep down, she’s vulnerable,” the source continued.
In addition to everything that has transpired in Ariana’s life this year, she was also diagnosed with PTSD after the Manchester bombing that killed 22 of her fans in 2017. “This has been an emotional roller coaster for her,” the source expressed.
Thankfully, there is one silver lining. According to Ari’s manager Scooter Braun, the brunette beauty has continued to find solace in her music. “Ariana expresses herself through her music and that will always be her therapy and her home,” the 37-year-old told People.
Here’s hoping that between Ariana’s passion for her work and some sort of professional help, she’ll be able to attain the peace of mind she so greatly deserves.
At the end of the day, the source noted that “everyone is rooting” for Ariana. “The main thing that Ariana needs to know is that she’s loved,” they concluded.
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