Ariana Grande Says Going to Therapy Saved Her Life

She continues to thrive as Billboard’s “Woman of the Year” despite a tough year
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Ariana Grande has shown that she can take anything that’s thrown at her. In one of the most turbulent years of her life, she’s been able to maintain a positive attitude and continue producing monster hits. 

After the recent loss of Mac Miller being closely followed by a breaking off of her engagement to Pete Davidson, Ariana has taken time to focus on herself. She removed herself from the limelight to recover and process before returning with the positive and grateful single, “Thank U, Next.” 

Fans have been wondering how she’s maintained such a positive outlook, with a light-hearted question leading to the honest and vulnerable singer sharing how therapy has helped her. 

Her strength and overall otherworldly talent is being commended by Billboard who is honoring Ariana as their “Woman of the Year.”

Find out more about the award being presented to her at Billboard’s Women in Music dinner and awards gala in the video below! 

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