Honey Singh’s Support During His Bipolar Disorder

Honey-Singh-Bipolar[tps_footer]Honey Singh recently came out in the open about his bipolar disorder, a mental illness characterized by periods of depression and periods of elevated mood.

The singing superstar had disappeared for a long period of time at the peak of his career, battling with the disorder in him.

In such a difficult phase of life, it was his childhood friend, Bobby Suri, who stood by him like a strong pillar.

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When Bobby heard about Honey Singh’s state, he immediately left his more than flourished business in Australia and came back to India. He was one of the leading businessmen in Australia and did not think even once before leaving all of it for Honey.

He has not just taken care of Honey Singh for almost 18 months, but also took care of his family in these difficult times.

One of the symptoms of the disorder is that the person going through it cannot face a lot of people and needs to be protected from the slightest newness. It was neither easy for Honey to deal with it, nor easy for Bobby to handle him.

Not once in these 18 months did he plan to go back to Australia even when Honey was showing signs of recovery.

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Even now that Honey Singh has bounced out of it, Bobby is Honey’s confidante, someone who he turns to for everything. He is always around him, advising him on things, handling his work.

Honey Singh is more than thankful to his friend for selflessly standing by him. After all, a friend in need is a friend indeed.

Bobby Suri shares, “He himself is the best friend a person can have which drove me to think that I must be there when he needs me or is unwell.My friend needed me in this dark hour and all I could think of was of my friend. He underwent this trauma at the height of his stardom and he has come back from the brink.”

Information on Bipolar: Bipolar disorder, formerly called manic depression, causes extreme mood swings that include emotional highs (mania or hypomania) and lows (depression). When you become depressed, you may feel sad or hopeless and lose interest or pleasure in most activities. When your mood shifts in the other direction, you may feel euphoric and full of energy.[/tps_footer]