Selena Gomez shared her Depression and Mental Health illnesses

The actress and singer have interviewed the magazine ‘Elle’, where she has spoken about her professional life and mental illness. Selena Gomez opens up about her depression and bipolarity.

Selena Gomez Depression and Mental Health illnesses
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Now Selena Gómez is finally going through a good time in her life. The actress and singer have lived through various ups and downs throughout her life, fighting against various personal problems that have caused her mental health illnesses.

Selena Gomez depression

Selena has spoken about a topic through an interview with the magazine ‘ Elle ‘, where she has been sincere as never before, in addition to telling some news about her professional projects and her relationship with social networks.

It was in 2014 when she was diagnosed with Lupus. A disease with which she began herparticular ordeal, and from which today she can say that she has come out stronger. ” My lupus, my kidney transplant, chemotherapy, having a mental illness, going through very public anguish, all these were things that, honestly, should have depressed me,” the actress began pointing out.

And is that despite adversity, Selena Gómez continued to fight: “Every time I went through something, I thought: ‘What else? What else am I going to have to deal with? You’re going to help people.’ That’s really what that kept me going “, she pointed out.

More than a decade of problems

Unfortunately, the artist had to face more than a decade of problems, which also made her abandon social networks: “I don’t have social networks on my phone, so there is no temptation. Suddenly I had to learn to be with myself. It was awkward because I could spend hours watching other people’s lives on Instagram in the past. “

” I have spent years of my life trying to look like other people. I saw a photo and said: ‘My God, why am I not like that?’. None of that was good for me,” added Selena Gomez.

Se took this decision to leave the networks in 2018, and since then, her assistant is the one who keeps HER profiles, something that helped her a lot to fight against her bipolarity, about which she has also spoken. ” I felt like a great weight was lifted from me when I found out. I was able to breathe deeply and say: ‘Okay, that explains a lot of things,'” she confessed.

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