Going to therapy doesn't mean you're broken, says Harry Styles

Going to therapy doesn't mean you're broken, says Harry Styles

Harry Styles says he's realised that having therapy doesn't mean you're "broken."

The 28-year-old's opened up about his own journey - saying he reluctantly started therapy five years ago.

But he says getting support helped him to "open up rooms in himself" and learn to challenge his tendency to, as he describes, "emotionally coast".

Meanwhile, fans will only have ten more days to wait until the singer's third studio album!


"Harry's House" is due to be released on the 20th of May.

Styles has released two albums to date, his first in 2017 which was self-titled 'Harry Styles' and included hits such as 'Sign of the Times' and 'Kiwi'.

His latest release to date was 2019's 'Fine Line' which had funky pop hooks including 'Watermelon Sugar', 'Adore You', and 'Golden'.

The album's themes involved breakups, happiness, and "having sex and feeling sad", Styles says.


Styles has already dropped the first single for the new album, "As It Was" which he performed at this year's Coachella festival.


Harry Styles is about to embark on a worldwide tour this year, beginning in June.

The singer will stop off in Ireland to play at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin this summer on June 22nd.


Special guest Arlo Parks will join the singer on the Dublin stop of his ‘Love On Tour’ world tour.

Styles’ Love On Tour shows were postponed due to the pandemic and later began in September 2021 in Las Vegas, with the singer performing over 40 shows throughout the United States.