Ariana Grande Therapy Saved Life, Praises Mental Health Counseling

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Ariana Grande has revealed going to therapy has "saved her life".

"Lmaoaoo this is amusing as f*ck but in all honesty therapy has saved my life so many times", Ariana wrote. "Wrote songs about Ricky/Now I listen and laugh/Even nearly got married/And for Pete, I'm so thankful/Wish I could say "thank you" to Malcolm/'Cause he was an angel".

"Even nearly got married, and for Pete I'm so thankful".

"She taught me love / She taught me patience / How she handles pain / That shit's fantastic / I've loved and I've lost / But that's not what I see / 'Cause look what I've found / Ain't no need for searching". After listing her famous exes like Big Sean, Pete Davidson and Mac Miller, Grande croons: "One taught me love, one taught me patience, and one taught me pain". Wrote some songs about Ricky, now I listen and laugh.

Shortly after the song's release over the weekend, Pete Davidson spoke about his ex on Saturday Night Live, saying "The last thing I will say is I know some of you are curious about the break-up". I'm thankful and I love u.

Ariana Grande has struggled with an anxiety disorder for years now, but her mental illness got even worse following the tragic Manchester terrorist attack that happened in May 2017.

The song dropped about 30 minutes before Davidson's show "Saturday Night Live" aired.

Apparently, the SNL comedian has chose to stop making jokes about his short-lived romance with Ariana Grande.

Pete used his segment on SNL's Weekend Update to address the drama surrounding his break up with Ariana.

The truth is it's nobody's business, and sometimes things just don't work out. A source told People, "He waited to kiss her for a long time, and she was really impressed".

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