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Selena Gomez Confesses Mental Health Struggles in New Trailer


Earlier this week, Selena Gomez unleashed the trailer for her documentary, Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me. From the same, here are some highlights.

The trailer of Selena Gomez’s upcoming documentary, Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me was released ahead of the upcoming release of the documentary next month. Selena Gomez’s documentary explores six years of her life, including her Lupus diagnosis and mental health struggle. The 30-year-old singer gets more candid than ever before.

Releasing the new trailer for her documentary on World Mental Health Day, Selena Gomez recently wrote in her Instagram post, Every breath, a breakthrough. She had previously released a teaser of the same video last month, and the two-minute trailer provides a glimpse into the vulnerable side of the singer as she reflects on her own personal journey from child star to one of the most popular faces in the entertainment industry.

Watch the trailer of the documentary by following the link here

‘Be who you are Selena’
The trailer of Selena Gomez’s documentary starts off with Gomez powerfully voicing the following: Just be who you are. Further on she stresses the importance of self-love and self-acceptance as she continues, No one cares about what you are doing. It’s about who I am. In the public eye it is always hard to hold on to oneself and she’ll be exploring how crucial it is to have a strong connection with your own self despite everything.

‘I am grateful to be alive,’ Selena says

Other parts of the trailer highlight Selena talking about how grateful she is to be alive. Selena reflects on accepting her journey, telling audiences about how, following her diagnosis in 2015, she is in the best place she has ever been. In the past, in an interview with Elle US, the Wolf singer had spoken about her health and said, ‘My lupus, my kidney transplant, chemotherapy, having a mental illness, going through very public heartbreaks’—these were all things that honestly should have taken me down. But they haven’t. It seems Gomez will be showing us the other side of it in the documentary as she shows what it takes to get past the most difficult moments.

Gomez’s promise to herself

Being in the public eye can be extremely tough, and Selena highlights in her documentary the point at which she decided to stop living this way. In a powerful moment, Gomez asks herself, “How can I ever breathe again?” Gomez shares her promise to live a better life and change things.

She doesn’t want to be ‘super famous’

As a child, Selena Gomez began her career in the entertainment industry, and the singer discusses early fame and everything that comes with it. One thing Selena didn’t want when she hit the big time on Barney and Friends was to be super famous. Reflecting on her lifelong success as a kid, she mentions in a new trailer for her documentary how she wants to use her fame for the good now.

Feeling as though he’s not good enough

At one point in My Mind & Me, Selena shows off her most vulnerable side and reveals that she feels “ungood enough” and that’s what keeps her from going after her dreams. Selena discusses the aspects that make her happy and that are important in her life. Footage is shown of her meeting with someone from her high school. The singer then mentions, Clearly, I’m still alive to use anything I can to help others.

‘This is the beginning’

This trailer also shows that a song title, My Mind and I Don’t Get Along Sometimes, will feature prominently. The singer explains in the clip, It gets hard to breathe, but I wouldn’t change my life. She is also heard talking about feeling happier and more in control at a more recent event. Moreover, the powerful track seems to offer hope and strength to those suffering from mental illnesses as the singer croons about others not feeling alone after witnessing her own struggle. As the documentary’s trailer concludes, the singer says, “This is the beginning for me,” accompanied by a beautiful picture of her smiling.

Selena Gomez’s new documentary will be available on AppleTV+ on November 4. Her followers on Instagram are only the tip of the iceberg; many members of the entertainment industry have come out in support of the singer. In light of Selena Gomez’s brave admission, Gigi Hadid congratulated her on Instagram with the fire emoji. While Selena’s followers had words of support for her, it’s important to recognize that her journey to emotional wellness can’t be overcome alone.

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