The 26 year old super songwriter and singer, Meghan Trainor fell into a “dark zone” of deep thoughts when she was forced to undergo vocal cord surgery according to recent interview with Happiful Magazine.
Trainor, who went into vocal surgery for the second time back in 2016 after previously having a hemorrhaged vocal cord repair in 2015, says she had to battle with feelings of depression fearing she would lose the ability to sing. “I thought, ‘It’s over, I’m not going to sing ever again.’ I went full dive into the dark zone of deep thoughts.” She said.
Meghan who is married to ‘Spy Kids’ actor Daryl Sabara, expressed her battle with anxiety and depression in 2018, when she said she was left feeling alone and terrified as a result after going under the knife. “When I had an episode it would last for three days. I was crippled and had this pain. Eventually I was going to doctors, psychologists and therapists and I was like, my back feels like someone has a flame to it, I’m not sure if I’m going crazy And I’m feeling like I’m crazy, losing my mind.” She told the magazine.
“The hardest part is when you’re in the middle of it and truly believe there is no way this will ever end.”
The ‘Dear Future Husband’ hitmaker has been seeking professional help since her mental health struggle, as she still on going therapy, but is feeling much better. Prayers to Meghan Trainor and loved ones. Depression is no joke and we are glad she’s back in the picture again. Meghan has recently dropped a motivational anthem “Blink”, which features her singing over a dubstep-inspired production about her newfound confidence. Check out single below.