The singer revealed how she dealt with difficult times
Although he has earned a good reputation in the world of sertanejo, Paula Fernandez passed through situations that Troubles are born during professional life. During her participation in the podcast “Papo com Clê”, the singer revealed some of the complex situations that she encountered in the musical environment. One was when she left her home, in Belo Horizonte, next to her mother, to try to pursue a career as a singer in São Paulo, but plans did not go as expected.
The artist commented on how to deal with moments of depression: “So, I left (home) at 11 and went to São Paulo. When I was about 18, that was enough. It was a milestone for us. I got into depression and chose The window I was going to jump through. My mother saved me. “If I jumped first, I would jump with you because I can’t stand being without you. It was like that,” he explained.
The singer also talked about coming home after career frustration: “That was enough. She said, ‘Let’s go back to Belo Horizonte.’ We went back with one hand in the front and the other in my pocket. I didn’t achieve anything. I was very frustrated, depressed and sick. I was on a stick because I lost a lot of weight and my hair fell out. All this happened to me. I went back to Minas Gerais and everyone went home alone. My mother separated from my father and that was the beginning of life. “
Pola He also said that he was able to recover from the moment he accepted that he was sick, but the process wasn’t easy either. The citizenship revealed that after she started seeing a psychiatrist, her illness became a joke among some of her relatives who said,Pola He went crazy “,” Where’s the little singer from home? ”, among other statements. In August of that year, the artist also faced a serious problem: Her car flipped over at the twenty-seventhafter being hit by another vehicle on the Castelo Branco Expressway, in São Paulo, while returning home with his friend, businessman Ronny Ciccillo.
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