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Entertainment Katy Perry: I wanted a pharmaceutical crutch

13:42  02 august  2020
13:42  02 august  2020 Source:   msn.com

Katy Perry performs on

 Katy Perry performs on at Tomorrowland Around the World Festival

Lyrics: Days like this I want to drive away Pack my bags and watch your shadow fade You chewed me up and spit me out Like I was poison in your mouth You took my light, you drain me down That was then and this is now Now look at me . Music video by Katy Perry performing Part Of Me .

(Chorus) I kissed a girl and I liked it The taste of her cherry chapstick I kissed a girl just to try it I hope my boyfriend don’t mind it It felt so wrong It felt so right Don’t mean I ’m in love tonight I kissed a girl and I liked it I liked it. Music video by Katy Perry performing I Kissed A Girl. (C) 2008 Capitol Records, LLC.

Katy Perry et al. standing in front of a crowd © Bang Showbiz Katy Perry

Katy Perry looked towards a "pharmaceutical crutch" to recover from depression.

The 35-year-old pop star suffered depression during her Witness tour in 2017 and 2018, and Katy has now revealed she took medication in order to fight the problem.

She shared: "I was on the Witness tour, I remember looking out to the audience and thinking, 'Why are you here? You don't like me. I'm not that good.' I got very clinically depressed."

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Katy has been in therapy since she was 25, but her most-recent encounter with depression was more difficult than anything she'd previously experienced.

The 'Roar' hitmaker said: "I had always been able to skirt the issue.

"Any time I suffered from bouts of depression I would easily be able to run to the validation of the outside world by writing a song, doing a music video, getting likes and comments [on social media]."

Katy admits to taking medication to combat the problem - although she hasn't specified what it was.

She told the Sunday Times newspaper: "I tried medication and that was really intense. I was on something that my psychologist at the time recommended.

"It was like I sprained my brain and I needed crutches. It changes the chemistry of your mind, all the serotonin and dopamine. Sometimes people need a pharmaceutical crutch."

Katy is no longer on medication, but she is a fan of meditation and the Hoffman Process, which is an extreme course of therapy.

She said: "You know that voice in your brain that says, 'You're fat, you're ugly, you just got lucky,' all that s***? It silences it.

"Which is great because mine was super-loud."

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