Justin Bieber has been sharing his ongoing struggle with depression online with his fans. The singer recently shared a picture from a therapy session on social media, confirming that he has been seeking professional help for his mental health problems.

In recent post on his Instagram Story page, Bieber gave the fans a glimpse of what it’s like to be in one of his therapy sessions. The singer wrote in the post that it is “cool” to have a healthy mind and healthy emotions.

A source close to Bieber previously told E! News that the singer “really wants to get better.” “He has been seeking all the help he can get,” the source added.

Apart from seeking professional help, Bieber has been leaning on his wife Hailey Baldwin for support, according to the insider. The singer is said to be relying on his family and his fans as well in order to get better.

In a previous post on Instagram, Bieber asked his fans to pray for him because he has been “struggling a lot” recently. He expressed his faith in God, and he said that his fans’ prayers do work. In that post the singer appeared to be confident, as he said that he will “bounce back.”

A source previously told People that Bieber’s social media post about his struggles with depression was a “big step.” The singer’s public acknowledgement of his mental health issues is apparently “an important part of his recovery.”

While Bieber’s fans have been supportive of the singer over his mental health issues, some of his recent posts have landed him in trouble. The singer pulled an April Fools prank online recently by saying that his wife is pregnant. He was slammed for the post by some people who saw the joke as being “insensitive” towards people who can’t have children.

In another Instagram post, Bieber apologizes for his April Fools joke. He explained that he didn’t mean to be insensitive, and added that he will take responsibility for the post and say sorry.

Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber shares picture from his therapy session online. In Picture: Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin attend the John Elliott front row during New York Fashion Week: The Shows on September 6, 2018 in New York City. Getty Images/Nicholas Hunt