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Hailey Bieber enjoys date night with husband Justin Bieber

She recently talked quitting Twitter for her mental health during a discussion with a psychiatrist on her official YouTube page.

And on Sunday night, Justin and Hailey Bieber were spotted heading to a sushi dinner date in LA.

Hailey, 24, rocked black trousers with a matching top, adding a baggy cream colored open button up top while Justin, 27, donned a beanie with an oversized green hoodie.

Out and about: She recently talked quitting Twitter for her mental health during a discussion with a psychiatrist on her official YouTube page. And on Sunday night, Justin and Hailey Bieber were spotted heading to a sushi dinner date

Hailey chose baggy bottoms in a black tone, adding bright green and white Nike sneakers.

She added a low-cut black top with a cream colored button up layered on top as a cover up.

The model wore a black face mask with her long tresses loose and center parted, opting to go makeup free.

Justin wore yellow and green hoodie from his brand Drew House, adding light colored denim with sneakers, a beanie and a face mask.

Cuties: Hailey, 24, rocked black trousers with a matching top, adding a baggy cream colored open button up top while Justin, 27, donned a beanie with an oversized green hoodie

Cuties: Hailey, 24, rocked black trousers with a matching top, adding a baggy cream colored open button up top while Justin, 27, donned a beanie with an oversized green hoodie

Happy guy: Justin wore yellow and green hoodie from his brand Drew House, adding light colored denim with sneakers, a beanie and a face mask

Happy guy: Justin wore yellow and green hoodie from his brand Drew House, adding light colored denim with sneakers, a beanie and a face mask

Two days prior, Hailey and Justin enjoyed dinner at The Nice Guy in West Hollywood.

For the Friday night outing, Hailey wowed in a strapless black bodysuit that put her cleavage on display; she added a denim jacket and matching jeans, with a Bottega Veneta bag under one shoulder.

The stunner rocked bright orange pointed heels with layers of necklaces and her signature gold hoops.

On Thursday, Hailey wore her cream cover up with a black crop top for an errands run day, wearing dark colored cargo bottoms and her statement Nike sneakers.

Date night: Two days prior, Hailey and Justin enjoyed dinner at The Nice Guy in West Hollywood

Date night: Two days prior, Hailey and Justin enjoyed dinner at The Nice Guy in West Hollywood

Stars: For the Friday night outing, Hailey wowed in a strapless black bodysuit that put her cleavage on display; she added a denim jacket and matching jeans, with a Bottega Veneta bag under one shoulder

Stars: For the Friday night outing, Hailey wowed in a strapless black bodysuit that put her cleavage on display; she added a denim jacket and matching jeans, with a Bottega Veneta bag under one shoulder

LOTD: On Thursday, Hailey wore her cream cover up with a black crop top for an errands run day, wearing dark colored cargo bottoms and her statement Nike sneakers

LOTD: On Thursday, Hailey wore her cream cover up with a black crop top for an errands run day, wearing dark colored cargo bottoms and her statement Nike sneakers

Last month, Hailey did a virtual interview Dr. Jessica Clemons for a discussion on mental health and social media on her YouTube page.

 Hailey revealed that Justin helped her with advice about managing social media and dealing with cyber bullying, as well as therapy and quitting Twitter for good. 

‘I’m 24 now but I think about how when I was younger, especially when I was a younger teenager, how it would have affected me to been a part of the way social media is today and what that does maybe for brain development and what it can do to someone’s anxiety.

Dr. Clemons said its important to speak up about social media because many people use it.

Speaking out: Last month, Hailey did a virtual interview Dr. Jessica Clemons for a discussion on mental health and social media on her YouTube page

 Speaking out: Last month, Hailey did a virtual interview Dr. Jessica Clemons for a discussion on mental health and social media on her YouTube page

She said: ‘I use it all the time and I’m aware of the negative sides of social media. I think that we’re not really talking about it enough. There is data now that’s really showing that social media, especially for teen girls who are using hours and hours of it, they do develop depressive symptoms and those depressive symptoms are sometimes tied to things like cyber bullying, things like comparing themselves to others, there’s particularly with body image and weight and comparing themselves that way. 

Dr. Clemons continued: ‘It also disrupts their sleep. Its apart of all of our lives but its something that we are not aware of with heavy, heavy use really can contribute to people not really feeling that great about themselves.

Hailey revealed that the attention she got in the last 2-3 years has been a lot – which correlates with the time she has been married to Justin.

Candid: Hailey revealed that Justin helped her with advice about managing social media and dealing with cyber bullying, as well as therapy and quitting Twitter for good; Dr. Clemons pictured during the virtual interview

 Candid: Hailey revealed that Justin helped her with advice about managing social media and dealing with cyber bullying, as well as therapy and quitting Twitter for good; Dr. Clemons pictured during the virtual interview

Trolls have come after Hailey in the past two years in droves and often compare her to his ex girlfriend – Selena Gomez.

Justin has always come to the defense of Hailey and repeatedly asked for people to stop comparing them.

In 2019, Selena came out in defense of Hailey after fans trolled the model, adding that people need to ‘stop tearing other women down.’

During the YouTube interview, Hailey said: ‘I think over the last 2 and half years for myself it – after getting married especially – it really opened me up to this new kind of level of attention. I think one of the biggest things I struggled with for sure was the comparison aspect of body comparison and looks comparison and behavior comparison.’

She touched on the comparisons and trolling about her and Selena, she said: ‘I think when you’re going through a situation where you just have so many people hounding you with the same thing over and over and over again, it starts to mess with your mind and you start to question everything in your life. Is there something that I’m not seeing that they see – maybe they are right?’

Adding that ‘it was such a low point for me that I was like honestly maybe I am delusional. Its like separating two realities essentially.’

Her truth: Adding that 'it was such a low point for me that I was like honestly maybe I am delusional. Its like separating two realities essentially'

Her truth: Adding that ‘it was such a low point for me that I was like honestly maybe I am delusional. Its like separating two realities essentially’

The star spoke about things that have helped her mental health: ‘One of the things that I’ve found really helped me was I started doing something that I don’t go on Instagram Monday through Friday.’

‘I don’t even have a Twitter anymore because there was never really a time I would go on there that it didn’t feel that it was a very toxic environment. The thought of even opening the app gives me so much bad anxiety that I feel like I’m going to throw up. So I got rid of that because I was just like it just needs to go, it needs to just not be part of my life.’

Dr. Clemons said: ‘One of the things that you shared around this feeling of what’s real versus what’s something that other people are projecting will do that sometimes on the internet, kind of take the feelings we have inside and we just project them on people, especially people who are high profile. I think that’s a huge problem that people really need to cut that out. That people are on the other end of that.

Adding: ‘With social media, the world has really grown. You’re no longer sort of trying to navigate the social hierarchy within that setting [of a school cafeteria]. Its now the world. Its like now the comparison and the access people have has really grown.

Wise words: The stunner said: 'Do the work personally and behind closed doors and have the important conversations. I'm still figuring out the fact that I don't have to explain myself

Wise words: The stunner said: ‘Do the work personally and behind closed doors and have the important conversations. I’m still figuring out the fact that I don’t have to explain myself

Hailey touched on projection: ‘We’re not all meant to do the same thing. We’re not all put on this earth to be in the same position and I think that’s a comparison thing completely. Its like you’re just sitting here comparing yourself when the reality is we all have a different calling on our life, we all have different reasons to why we’re here. We’re all humans, we have the same set of emotions and we all feel the same things so there’s so much more to relate than there isn’t.’

While there are many negative aspects of social media, Dr. Clemons pointed out the benefits of it: ‘I think that that’s some of the great things that come out of social media. People can find community and find a group on social media that makes them feel seen and heard.’

Dr. Clemons said ‘What gets away is that lack of seeing the person that’s going to read the message. I think that disconnect is also what makes people act on that impulse to say something rude whereas if they were face to face with you….

‘ …they would never say it,’ Hailey added.

‘People can say whatever they want on the internet and then this stuff goes viral because people believe anything that they see on social media. We’re all human beings. That we have our good days and we have our bad days and I want everyone to like me. It’s like part of my downfall at times and I’m working through it. I think one thing that I’ve had to come to the conclusions of is trying not to feel like I owe anyone an explanation or owe anyone anything and really trying to just correct what I need to correct personally and behind closed doors,’ Hailey explained.

The stunner said: ‘Do the work personally and behind closed doors and have the important conversations. I’m still figuring out the fact that I don’t have to explain myself.’ 

Dr. Clemons talked about how social media made people feel like celebrities were more accessible than previously.

Learning process: The interview was listed as part one on her YouTube page, which she has recently opened

Learning process: The interview was listed as part one on her YouTube page, which she has recently opened

Explaining: ‘I think before maybe you couldn’t really get in touch with people like the way that people think that you can on social media but again the date is really showing that it doesn’t matter who you are or how much you make, what access you have, the effects are still the same. People are feeling depressed and people are struggling because of how much people are sort of throwing at them through social media. People need to know what have you done that has helped you to navigate this because social media is going to be here.’

Hailey said not going on Instagram Monday through Friday was important because ‘I was getting to the point that I was going to open my Instagram for like no reason it was like reflex.’

Other things that have helped her mental health has been turning off comments: ‘I turned off the comments on my page except for people that i follow. When I look at my comments now when I put up a photo or video or anything, I know its only going to be people that I know are only going to be positive and only going to be encouraging and uplifting. And also therapy has helped me a lot.;

In why therapy has been helpful, she said: ‘Having somebody to be that outside person to help me dissect the real world and be like “ok your talking about something that really only exists on your screen.”‘

Justin has helped her a lot as well: ‘I really have to give him credit because he’s been doing this so much longer at this really massive level. So I think I’ve gone through a phase of “I get it yeah yeah I don’t want to hear it” and I do it and he’s like “I told you its just way better.” Life is way better this way and he was so entirely right.’

On the commenting element, Dr. Clemons said: ‘I think it reflects on what people should do in their real lives not just on social media. But be thoughtful. If you have someone who wants to hang out with you but they are constantly saying rude or negative things, my hope it that you would cut them off or have a conversation and say maybe you don’t need this amount of access.’

Got each other's back: Justin has helped her a lot as well: 'I really have to give him credit because he's been doing this so much longer at this really massive level. So I think I've gone through a phase of "I get it yeah yeah I don't want to hear it" and I do it and he's like "I told you its just way better." Life is way better this way and he was so entirely right'

Got each other’s back: Justin has helped her a lot as well: ‘I really have to give him credit because he’s been doing this so much longer at this really massive level. So I think I’ve gone through a phase of “I get it yeah yeah I don’t want to hear it” and I do it and he’s like “I told you its just way better.” Life is way better this way and he was so entirely right’

Adding: You should feel safe on your social media platform. you should feel safe there.’

The interview was listed as part one on her YouTube page, which she has recently opened.

This is not the first time Hailey has spoken out about social media and mental health.

Hailey took part in the Create & Cultivate Positively Minnie Polka Dot Summit, February 27, which took place virtually.

She was interviewed by Create & Cultivate CEO & Founder Jaclyn Johnson.

Hailey said making only people who she follows comments on her Instagram page has been really helpful in staying away from negative energy.

During the summit, Hailey was also asked what makes her uniquely herself, to which she said: ‘I think what makes me uniquely me and I think what makes each person uniquely them is that we all have our own quirks and personalities and things that we do that different to everybody else.’

Adding: ‘I think for me personally something that helps me feel most like myself and helps me stay true to who I really am is the people I surround myself with.’

The blonde star, who donned a polka dot shirt and a rose gold set of Minnie ears was asked to finish the sentence: ‘Being bold means…’

She said: ‘Being apologetically yourself.’

Minnie Style! Last month, Hailey took part in the Create & Cultivate Positively Minnie Polka Dot Summit, which took place virtually. Hailey said making only people who she follows comments on her Instagram page has been really helpful in staying away from negative energy

Minnie Style! Last month, Hailey took part in the Create & Cultivate Positively Minnie Polka Dot Summit, which took place virtually. Hailey said making only people who she follows comments on her Instagram page has been really helpful in staying away from negative energy

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