Lady Gaga Opens Up About Struggling With PTSD In Emotional Letter
The singer’s admission came about two years after she opened up about being sexually assaulted at the age of 19. On Wednesday, Gaga elaborated on life with PTSD in an open letter published on her Born This Way Foundation website.
“It is a daily effort for me, even during this album cycle, to regulate my nervous system so that I don’t panic over circumstances that to many would seem like normal life situations,” the pop star wrote, before expanding on dealing with triggering memories.
“I am continuing to learn how to transcend this because I know I can. If you relate to what I am sharing, please know that you can too,” the “Joanne” singer added.
You can read her letter in full below:
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