Katy Perry on the Resilience She Found After Surviving Her ‘Darkest’ Days: ‘It Was All Worth It’
- Katy Perry talks about her journey from depression to bringing life into the world. The pregnant singer is about to have her first child and says “Having a great partner, having a sound mind, continuing to do the work, and not being, “flinchable,” has helped her find resilience.
- Katy says after her failed album, Witness, she broke up with Orlando after a year together, and went on a spiritual and mental journey and learned the Hoffman Process which is a week-long retreat that corrects negative behaviors learned during childhood.
- Katy learned to deal with the negative emotions and now wants to be the best human being rather than an outstanding pop star. “Finding the gratitude in this pain has been a real journey, says Katy, but the outcome is worth it.”