Selena Gomez reveals suicidal thoughts in the documentary My Mind and Me.

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“My mind and I”Selena Gomez is open about her suicidal thoughts

In her new documentary, singer Selena Gomez offers private insights into her life. She also shares with her fans how she even thought of taking her own life at the lowest point in her life.

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In her new documentary, My Mind and Me, Selena Gomez (30) talks about her life and her mental and physical health.

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Gomez was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2018. This even led to suicidal thoughts in her.

Gomez was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2018. This even led to suicidal thoughts in her.

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Today, however, Selena is doing better thanks to treatment and medication.  Because of this, she cannot get pregnant at the moment.

Today, however, Selena is doing better thanks to treatment and medication. Because of this, she cannot get pregnant at the moment.

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In her new documentary, My Mind and Me, Selena Gomez (30) talks more candid than ever about her mental and physical health. Already in the movie trailer The singer revealed that living in the spotlight is a struggle. Now she shares with her fans that at some point she thought about suicide.

When the singer canceled her “Revival” world tour in August 2016, her mental health continued to deteriorate. She heard voices in her head, remembering her mother, Mandy Teefe, 46, in the documentary. This prompted Selena to contemplate suicide. Then the 30-year-old hit rock bottom in 2018 when she In hospital for a psychotic breakdown.

Trailer for the documentary about the pop singer.

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Gomez was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. In the movie, she said that she thought her life was over. Thanks to treatment and time out in a psychiatric institution, I was able to break out of poverty. The medicine prescribed to her against the disease was also helpful. However, this would have the effect that the singer could not have children. Bipolar disorder medications increase the chance of a miscarriage in the first trimester of pregnancy. However, Gomez is sticking with her desire to have children.

Gomez cries in the morning because of the pain

Since she was young, the American has been battling lupus, in which the body produces antibodies against the body’s cells. During the epidemic, symptoms such as headaches, convulsions, and mood swings increased. The singer said that in the morning she bursts into tears in pain. Unfortunately, the disease cannot be cured, only symptom relief.

Although she didn’t mention her former name Justin Bieber (28), Gomez also talks in the documentary about how she handled the end of a “toxic” relationship. She suffered greatly from the fact that the separation was openly discussed. Time and time again she felt haunted by a relationship that ended but no one wanted to let her go. Eventually, she learned to focus on herself, which brought her peace.

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