Selena Gomez Reveals Battles With Anxiety, Psychosis And Depression In Bombshell New Doc

Selena Gomez has been open about her battle with anxiety and depression over the past six years – and she is now hoping her candid new documentary will help other people speak out.

Explaining why she decided to lay bare her struggles and tumultuous relationship with fame in Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me, the singer says she wanted to educate young people about the importance of prioritising their mental health.

Selena, 30, says: "I think someone actually asked me if I felt like I did too much. And I'm not going to lie, maybe there were a few moments that were scary to offer up. But at the same time, if you take anything away from this, I hope people understand my purpose here is supposed to be connection.

"I used myself as a sacrifice in order for people to have the hard conversations. But I'm also going to crawl in a hole now for a few months, so nobody sees me for a while. I did too much."

Selena started her journey to fame aged seven and her TV career took off when she appeared in children's series Barney & Friends aged 10. In 2007, when she was 15, she was given a starring role on the Disney Channel series Wizards Of Waverly Place, and the following year she signed a deal with Hollywood Records.

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