The couple — who tied the knot in a secret courthouse ceremony on Sept. 13 of last year — are planning to hold a second, larger wedding around the same time as their first anniversary that month to serve as a “celebration for family and friends”. “He keeps getting treatments and working on maintaining a good mental health,” the source say. “He is producing music but taking things slowly. He is learning how to manage his life better just in general.”
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Wedding planning had previously taken a backseat for the couple as Bieber, 25 — who began seeking treatment for depression in February — continued to focus on his mental health. Now, the singer is “doing well.”
Following Bieber’s decision to seek treatment, he is “feeling very positive” and working hard to uncover “some root issues” through counseling sessions with both spiritual and secular components from pastors and licensed professionals.