“I was to that place where it got so dark and heavy because sometimes you feel like ‘I’m the provider, I take care of people, I’m not supposed to feel this way, what do I do?’ I wanted out.” Williams said her goal in speaking out is to help "normalize" the discussion of mental health.After the show, she tweeted to thank the show for allowing her to talk publicly about her struggles. ” Ambrosia's dedicated team provides comprehensive addiction treatment in a structured and therapeutic setting, with plenty of recreation during downtime.“Thank you @The Talk CBS for being a safe place to talk about #depression #mentalhealthawareness!! Alumni appreciate the sense of community and understanding staff.He’s not the only person in my life that said ‘What do you have?’ I think he was trying to be like ‘No, you’re good, you’re OK.'”Eventually, Williams found herself in a dark place, contemplating suicide.“It got really, really bad..the point of, I was suicidal,” she revealed.’ So I was like…oh, maybe I’m just tired,” Williams recounted.
Help was hard to find as people didn’t understand how she was feeling.
Speaking on a daytime talk show, Michelle Williams revealed that she was depressed to the point of contemplating suicide back when she was with girl mega-group Destiny’s Child.
During a recent episode of “I didn’t know until my thirties what was going on.
She was born Tenitra Michelle Williams on July 23, 1980 in Rockford, Illinois.
Raised in a Christian family, Michelle developed a close bond to her faith as a child and decided to join the church choir, a career starter that she never thought would bring her a big promise.