Ariana Grande Therapy Saved Life, Praises Mental Health Counseling

Sergio Cunningham
November 8, 2018

In the song "Thank U, Next", which was released over the weekend, the singer talks about the people she's dated in her past: rapper Big Sean, backup dancer Ricky Alvarez, the late Mac Miller and her ex-fiancé, "SNL" comedian Pete Davidson. If you listen to the lyrics.I sobbed and I cried the first time she played it for me.

"One taught me love / One taught me patience / One taught me pain / Now, I'm so fantastic / I've loved and I've lost".

She had shared: "They heard it before it came out".

Alvarez also posted a more thoughtful response to the song, writing, "nothing but gratitude. thank u, next".

"HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA I'm sorry u got the worst line it was meant v lovingly."
"Thank u, next. (Those songs are fire're welcome)" and we're really wondering where we can get such a gracious ex from, because what a guy!

Other lines on the track include: "Thought I'd end up with Sean / But he wasn't a match".

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Ariana also insisted she is going to focus on herself after her most recent break-up. In it, she thanks him for their relationship.

Davidson added of Grande, "She's a wonderful, strong person and I genuinely wish her all the happiness in the world".

In a new tweet on Monday (November 5), the 25-year-old singer revealed that therapy has actually saved her life.

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.

Meanwhile, "Nobody Does It Better" itself is a fan favourite unreleased song which was played live during her "Dangerous Woman" era.

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