Jewel explains where her positivity comes from

Jewel on the red carpet of the American Song Contest.Photo by Trae Patton/NBC

Four-time Grammy nominee Jewel recently opened up about her background and life story on Sherri Shepherd’s talk show. The singer is a strong advocate for mental health and is raising awareness by not being alone in the challenge.

Jewel was homeless when she got her first record deal

Having humble beginnings is a common beginning for most high-profile celebrities and artists today, and Jewel is no different. Since then, the folk music icon has graced the world with over three decades of unforgettable and comforting songs.

During her guest appearance on Sherri, The talk show host began by highlighting Jewel’s great sense of humor. Jewel explained that people who have gone through the toughest times use humor to help them cope with their experiences.

After that, Jewel began sharing details about her life growing up in Homer, Alaska and leaving home when she was just 15. She ended up homeless one day after disagreeing with granting sexual favors to a former boss. She was left to sleep in her car, which unfortunately was stolen from her, and forced to sleep on the street.

During this time, she was spotted performing on the same streets and making ends meet. The pair went on to talk about the singer’s then-newfound fame and how she didn’t know how to properly handle it. After that, Shepherd brought it up The singer‘s latest album, freewheeling woman, which came after a seven-year hiatus. The long break was taken to allow Jewel to focus on her family, which she prioritizes over her work.

She has her own mental health awareness campaign

To continue the mental health theme, Jewel announced #NotAloneChallenge in partnership with iHeartRadio. Jewel is a strong advocate for raising awareness and is committed to providing effective mental health solutions.

The campaign’s mission is to raise funds to provide free mental health resources to those in need. Studies show that nearly 50% of Americans do not have access to mental health resources and tools. Jewel plans to fix this by allowing fans to offer “heroic” auction items, from handcrafted art to actual donations, which will be accepted with full appreciation.

At the same time, part of the proceeds will be donated to other foundations that aim to help at-risk youth. Jewel will do her part to solve problems that can affect anyone in the world today. This admirable part of herself gives her the charisma she has retained over the years.

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