Selena Gomez confessed in an interview that she does not manage her social networks for her mental health and that her assistant takes care of that.
The singer spoke about the subject for Elle magazine, after her social networks disappeared in 2017, so she said that now she has learned to be good with herself.
“Suddenly I had to learn to be with myself. That was annoying, because before I could spend hours looking at other people’s lives. Now when my friends have something to talk about, they call me, ”said the singer.
Gomez also said there have been times when she hasn’t felt strong enough, and dealing with her bipolar disorder was difficult for her when it came out.
“My lupus, my kidney transplant, chemotherapy, having a mental illness, having to face emotional breakups in the public eye. It is that there are many things that, honestly, could have defeated me “, confessed Selena Gomez.
The actress admitted she has moved on because she wants to help more people who have felt the same way.
Selena revealed that she does not plan to retire from the world of music, a statement that left all her followers very happy.
The artist shared some of the photos that were part of the interviews on her social networks, where it can be seen that they were in black and white.
In total, publications exceeded 10 million “likes” and thousands of positive comments from his fans.
Selena Gomez’s illnesses
The lupus suffered by Selena Gomez led her in 2017 to undergo a kidney transplant as part of the treatment against this disease, and actress Francia Raisa was his donor.
The 28-year-old former child star revealed that in 2015 she had been diagnosed with lupus, a chronic disease of the immune system that attacks healthy tissue in the body.
Likewise, Selena Gomez had previously revealed who secretly underwent chemotherapy For a time he interrupted a world tour, saying that he needed to deal with the effects of lupus, which in addition to the physical damage caused him anxiety, panic attacks and depression.
Later, she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, a disease that led her to withdraw from the spotlight and on social media.