Ariana Grande Therapy Saved Life, Praises Mental Health Counseling

Ariana Grande Therapy Saved Life, Praises Mental Health Counseling

She goes on to sing on the chorus, "Thank u, next/I'm so f-- grateful for my ex", and reveals that she's got a new love in her life: herself.

"Lmaoaoo this is amusing as f**k but in all honesty therapy has saved my life so many times", Grande wrote in response.

This comes as Ariana confirmed that she's "ready" to head out on tour again: "i'm ready my heart needs it actually finalizing a few more things but i'm tryna get em dates to u asap", she said. In a verse, she cites her ex Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez, Pete Davidson and "his angel" Mac Miller, to whom she would have liked to say "Thank you" as the lyrics indicate. "I'm still a great song though".

Ariana Grande is opening up about how therapy has helped her.

Titled "Thank u, next", this song allows the superstar to empty his bag and, most importantly, move on to something else after her numerous relationships.

Grande dropped "Thank U, Next", her first single since calling off her engagement to Pete Davidson, half an hour before "Saturday Night Live" aired this weekend.

Following the release of the song, Davidson addressed his split with the pop star during the "Weekend Update" segment on Saturday Night Live.

"I know some of you are curious about the breakup, but the truth is, it's nobody's business and sometimes things just don't work out, and that's OK", he said. Yesterday on a new TODAY show, Kenan Thompson would be asked about the controversial joke told by Davidson about Crenshaw.

Our sources say the joke about Crenshaw looking like a porn movie hitman was written into the script, but Pete made matters worse by improvising those last couple lines.