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Health & Fitness LeAnn Rimes checked into treatment facility the day after her 30th birthday

20:30  01 december  2020
20:30  01 december  2020 Source:   covermg.com

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Singer LeAnn Rimes has entered an in-patient treatment facility to cope with 'anxiety and stress,' according to her publicist Marcel Pariseau. According to an exclusive statement released to People magazine by the singer’s publicist: ‘ LeAnn has voluntarily entered a 30 day in-patient treatment

On Wednesday, just one day after LeAnn Rimes celebrated her 30 th birthday , she entered a 30- day in-patient treatment facility "While there will be speculation regarding her treatment , she is simply there to learn and develop coping mechanisms. While privacy isn't expected, it's certainly appreciated."

LeAnn Rimes celebrated her 30th birthday in 2012 with a rehab stay to battle anxiety and depression.

LeAnn Rimes wearing sunglasses posing for the camera: Eddie Cibrian © Provided by Cover Media Eddie Cibrian

The 38-year-old singer tells Fox News she checked herself into a treatment clinic the day after her big birthday and spent several weeks tackling her mental health issues.

"At first I didn’t want to face my pain because I thought I would get lost in it," she told the outlet. "But I didn’t."

Now, the Blue hitmaker is hoping to help others who suffer with anxiety and depression issues to get the help they need.

"People are so ashamed to talk about it and ask for help, but taking away the shame is so important. I had so much underlying grief, everything accumulated and I had to give in," she added.

LeAnn Rimes checked herself into a treatment facility at the start of her 30s

  LeAnn Rimes checked herself into a treatment facility at the start of her 30s LeAnn Rimes checked herself into a treatment facility for anxiety and depression at the start of her 30s. © Bang Showbiz LeAnn Rimes The 'Can't Fight The Moonlight' singer admits she "didn't want to face her pain" at first, but ultimately decided the best thing to do was to check herself into a facility to cope with her mental health. She told FOX News: "At first I didn’t want to face my pain because I thought I would get lost in it. But I didn’t. People are so ashamed to talk about it and ask for help. But taking away the shame is so important.

LeAnn Rimes has had her share of struggles when it comes to her body image. Much has been made of her frail frame but LeAnn has always been proud of her Her husband Eddie Cibrian is standing by her side and LeAnn is still moving forward with plans to release a new album, called Spitfire, this fall.

Country songbird enters 30- day program at an undisclosed treatment facility a day after celebrating her 30 th birthday . LeAnn Rimes is taking steps to take care of her herself. The country star has checked into a treatment facility to seek help for "anxiety and stress," her publicist confirms to E!

The retreat took place the year after she married second husband Eddie Cibrian.

The singer recently released new album, Chant: The Human & The Holy, and she discussed how the project came to be in her chat with Fox.

"This Chant album came up for me in the middle of making my next album,” she explained. “While meditating, melodies and words would rise up for me and I would hit record on my phone and go back to meditating thinking they were something for my album. I recognised later that the pieces of songs were actually self-contained chants and I felt responsible that they should see the light of day.”

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