Selena Gomez reveled She's Bipolar during Instagram Live show, Bright Minded

Selena Gomez reveled that she's bipolar. The 27-year-old singer revealed that on Miley Cyrus' Instagram Live show,  Bright Minded, on Friday.

Selena Gomez reveled She's Bipolar during Instagram Live show, Bright Minded
Selena Gomez reveled that she's bipolar
Selena Gomez reveled She's Bipolar during Instagram Live show, Bright Minded

Selena Gomez reveled that she's bipolar. The 27-year-old singer revealed that on Miley Cyrus' Instagram Live show,  Bright Minded, on Friday.

Gomez stated she "realized I'm bipolar" during a recent visit to McLean Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts.

 

"I wanted to know everything about it, and it took the fear away," she mentioned of her diagnosis.

Gomez additionally shared that she's undergone therapy for anxiousness, depression and "other stuff that I've been dealing with."

The singer reveled that she is reading scripture and poetry, in addition to spending time in nature during this difficult time of social distancing because of the lethal COVID-19 lockdown. 

"This is where we test each other. How are we gonna treat each other?" Gomez stated. "This can be a time to be gentle with ourselves. Taking breaks from the noise and even social media... Just being outside and breathing in."

Additionally, Gomez makes it a point to express her feelings, rather than preserve them bottled up.

"I think talking through what you're feeling is extremely helpful," she stated. "Sometimes I have to feel it, sometimes I've got to cry it out and release it, and just take a deep breath."

"I'm a big empathy, so I feel so much of what the world is feeling," she added. "Being there for other people actually helps me, too."

One of the methods she's working to be there for individuals is by donating a portion of her merch charity  proceeds to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, the place she was identified with lupus.

She additionally encouraged everybody to help by self-quarantining, and even received emotional while talking about watching her grandparents go through this difficult time.

"Seeing people not take it as serious as they should is really hard for me,"
Gomez admitted. "There are people literally sacrificing their lives."