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Hayley Williams on Mental Health

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, May 30, 2018.

  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

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    Hayley Williams of Paramore, writing for Paper Magazine:


    I woke up from that crash with one less bandmate… another fight about money and who wrote what songs. And I had a wedding ring on, despite breaking off the engagement only months before. A lot happened within a short time. But then I didn’t eat, I didn’t sleep, I didn’t laugh… for a long time. I’m still hesitant to call it depression. Mostly out of fear people will put it in a headline, as if depression is unique and interesting and deserves a click. Psychology is interesting. Depression is torment.

    We wrote and wrote and I never liked what I put to the music Taylor sent me. His stuff sounded inspired. My parts sounded, to me, like someone dead in the eyes.

    This is really great and worth the read.

     
  2. SEANoftheDEAD

    Trusted

    Great read.
     
    sawhney[rusted]2 likes this.
  3. johnthegawd

    @betterfriendsct

    I just wanna find hayley and give her a big hug
     
  4. zmtr

    WETHER WEATHER BE THE FRo0o0o0o0OST Supporter

    "Psychology is interesting. Depression is torment."

    Love that quote.
     
  5. Tylar

    Newbie

    This was really nice
     
  6. The Format

    Regular

    Haley is great. Awareness is important.
     
  7. Arry

    it was all a dream Prestigious

    we're close to the same age and tho we don't have the same problems, i feel like we both have that quarter life crisis where we're just lost. i love hayley so much and love how open she is with her struggles.. everybody needs a taylor + zac to help them a lil
     
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  8. moosic

    Hear hear!

    She’s legend status and I hope we get more music from paramore for decades to come.