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Selena Gomez reflected on her tumultuous journey with mental health

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Selena Gomez recently bared her soul during a panel discussion at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas. In a poignant and candid conversation, the renowned singer, actress, and philanthropist reflected on her tumultuous journey with mental health, shedding light on her decision to release the deeply personal documentary, “My Mind & Me” and the transformative impact it had on her life.Over six years, “My Mind & Me” documented her battles with anxiety, depression, and the pivotal moment of her diagnosis of bipolar disorder in 2020.

The documentary, which she initially grappled with the decision to release, provided a raw and unfiltered glimpse into her inner struggles.During the panel discussion moderated by Dr. Jessica Stern, Gomez opened up about the pivotal moment she decided to share her story with the world. “The moment I did that, I felt this insane amount of release,” Gomez confessed. “There wasn’t any hiding anymore.

It was probably one of the hardest moments of my life.”The impact of menopause on mental wellness and sexual wellbeingTherapist Delsy Sandoval shares how to combat mental health through art and creationAddiction specialist reveals what he thinks about someone being ‘California Sober’It was a journey of self-discovery and empowerment, as she found solace in vulnerability and the connections forged through shared experiences. “I will say this, you can’t force someone to do it,” Gomez emphasized, reflecting on the recovery process. “It just doesn’t work.

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