Zheng Shuang Opens Up About Her Deepest Thoughts: “I Must Be Crazy”
Not shy of hiding her true personality in front of the camera, Zheng Shuang (郑爽) confessed to fans that she is worried for her mental health.
On June 5, Zheng Shuang opened up about some of her deepest thoughts on a social media update. She wrote, “Tired. I need to release my hands so I can give myself happiness!”
Zheng Shuang went on to clarify the meaning of her original social media a few days later, sharing her inner feelings with the fans. “It gets tiring to be online all the time. It’s depressing to always be trying to reach out to your friends and parents to hang out. I want to date, but I lack the sense of security. I cry myself to sleep every day. I smile and smile, but then I start to cry again. I don’t feel normal. If I’m not mentally unstable then I must be crazy.”
The Cry Me a Sad River <悲伤逆流成河> actress then said that she “[wanted] to let go but can’t,” adding that she expected to receive more hateful messages after her controversial post.
“[I] want to be normal, but that would be boring. What are we? Why am I doing this to myself? Be real you guys. Don’t just criticize me, but tell me if you guys have felt the same way. I don’t want to hear good things. Say crazier things. Someone as crazy as me won’t be concerned with hate. My only concern is that the best thing you could come up with is to call me mentally unstable. We are all individuals so how can we not be abnormal. How about you help the alliance out so my software could be evolved (enlightened)… need everyone to understand.”
Zheng Shuang’s post led to other netizens and fans to also share their inner feelings to each other. One netizen commented that she has been too afraid to leave her house every day, and Zheng Shuang replied with, “Me too.”
Another netizen analyzed Zheng Shuang’s behavior, expressing that Zheng Shuang’s naive personality isn’t suitable for the entertainment industry. Zheng Shuang prefers a simple life, yet the stress of the entertainment industry is putting her on a tight leash. She needs to prioritize her own health first.
This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.