Selena confessed that none of what she's doing now would have stemmed from her prior mindset and that her best stuff is happening right now.
The 28-year old singer who has always been open about her struggle with mental health spoke about it this time as well.
She continued, "Now I get to support other people, and with the Rare Impact Fund, we're pledging to donate $100 million in 10 years to mental health causes, so now I get to talk more openly about mental health to hopefully help others". It was noticed during the last American presidential elections. Now, during an interaction with Newsette, Selena sat down with her mother Mandy Teefey and they spoke about the singer's mental health.
Now that she's sharing her truth, the Monte Carlo star isn't planning on staying silent.
While being interviewed by her mother Mandy Teefey for The Newsette, via Elle, Gomez spoke passionately about how releasing Rare felt easier from her previous albums because of the "hale and hearty" mental peace of mind she's now adopted.
"So, Selena Gomez opened up about the treatment she was receiving to manage her anxiety and depression". She has spoken about being diagnosed with bipolar disorder, how she overcame from her breakup with Justin Bieber and The Weeknd. Calling it the "greatest thing ever" in her music, Gomez traced back to Lose You To Love Me and how she remembers having a moment where she couldn't believe the insane fan reaction on the first two days. "I feel like being myself is very hard".
The young woman therefore ended up accepting herself.
Gomez hopes that telling her story will help others. "I tell myself that being myself is the greatest gift". By taking care of her mental health, the young woman is bursting with creativity.
Well, seems like Selena Gomez has taken the positives from her past relationships. Selena also launched her makeup line named Rare Beauty and her upcoming music album is also titled Rare. This is because she has also gone through something similar in her life.