In recent years, celebrities, artists, musicians and other public figures have been in charge of speaking openly about mental health struggles. Noah Cyrus recently joined that list, after the revelation that his song, "Lonely," was about his struggles with depression and anxiety.
In September of this year, Cyrus dropped the aforementioned song and revealed that the theme of the piano ballad in motion came from an era of his life in which he felt "trapped in this place from which (she) could not leave ".
According to the singer and songwriter, she needed to escape and have to talk because she could no longer keep those feelings in her body.
Noah explained that he simply didn't want to deal with it, or that he was going to "explode." Fortunately, Noah had a very empathetic manager who was just a phone call from her. She talked to him on the phone and helped her overcome her emotional challenges.
According to Cyrus, discussing his challenges openly with those he trusted was critical to his ability to overcome those toxic feelings, which included depression and anxiety. The star urged others who suffer the same problems to talk to those who are closest to them.
Cyrus admitted in the interview that there are times when he simply does not know how to solve a problem in his life, "I am a baby," the actress joked. Cyrus continued to claim that his strength was providing emotional support to others, but he would not be able to obtain a math test.
Earlier this week, Noah appeared in the media headlines for a more positive reason. Tana Mongeau, the notorious YouTube personality, denied rumors of a relationship with Noah Cyrus. During a conversation with Entertainment Tonight on Friday, Mongeau admitted that he could have started dating rumors with the title of one of his YouTube videos.
Mongeau admitted that Noah had a charismatic quality about her that he could not identify. From one of his previous videos this month, Mongeau referred to his 19-year-old counterpart as his "girlfriend."