Selena Gomez He continues to give people something to talk about after the premiere of his documentary ‘My mind & me’ through the Apple TV + signal. The singer revealed very private moments of her life and with absolute transparency so that her fans can know what her life is really like.
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For many, it was difficult to take a closer look at some passages from the life of the ‘Rare’ singer, however, others have highlighted the messages and lessons there are about mental health as a result of her documentary. Without further ado, here we tell you.
Lessons on mental health left by ‘My mind & me’
1. Make mental health visible:
In our society, it is becoming more and more common how important it is to take care of not only physical health, but also mental health. This is how he explains it Selena Gomez from her most honest vision in which she talks about the beauty and the ugly of fame, trying to accept herself even in her worst moments.
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2. The search for self-sufficiency:
Selena Gomez entered the professional world when she was barely seven years old, so almost all her life she has been surrounded by people. Even after her relationship with Justin Bieber, she explains how bad she felt about her because they couldn’t talk about her alone because of who she was.
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3. Importance of talking about anxiety and depression:
Singer Selena Gomez She referred to the anxiety and depression she suffered and that led her to cancel entire shows. She claims to have broken out of this circle, but her inability to wake up each morning, along with her tiredness, are still present.
4. Focus on self-esteem and take therapy:
As seen through the years, Selena has changed a lot to the point that she now prioritizes her mental health a lot after having treated her problems with therapy. The truth is that this may be the best way out for those who do not know how to ask for help.
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A few hours before the premiere of the documentary, Rolling Stone revealed an intimate interview with Selena Gomez, where she made confessions that have shocked her millions of fans.
“I grew up thinking that I would get married at 25. It destroyed me that it wasn’t even close to that, it couldn’t be further from that,” the singer revealed. That desire remains to this day, as she recently organized her birthday party. wedding themed birthday Selena Gomez She wore a floor-length pale pink dress by Versace to the lavish party in July at her home.
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