Selena Gomez is opening up about her mental health struggles in a revealing new interview with Good Morning America!
The singer, her mother Mandy Teefey, and Newsette founder Daniella Pierson sat down with ABC News’ Juju Chang on Monday morning to promote the launch of their new mental fitness company Wondermind, which just released its first newsletter of many that will provide people with free resources about mental health.
And the vulnerable nature of the conversation had them getting emotional! Related: Selena Blames ‘Unrealistic Standards Of Beauty’ For Her Past Low Confidence Having struggled with social media and bipolar disorder, the former child star knows a thing or two about the challenges many people face when it comes to their mental well-being, making this project especially important to her.
The Lose You To Love Me vocalist declared: Aw! The Disney Channel alum also talked about the importance of normalizing mental health issues, saying: While she didn’t go into much detail about the specific struggles she’s faced over the years, the Only Murders In The Building star did get emotional thinking about the impact Wondermind will hopefully have on others and why she wishes it had existed earlier, lamenting: This kind of access to information has been profound in the last few years of her life after she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, which she opened up about in 2020.