Selena Gomez opens up about her mental and physical health struggles in new documentary
“Just be yourself, Selena.”
Selena Gomez shows it all in the first trailer for her upcoming documentary on Apple TV + Selena Gomez: My brain and me. The actress, singer, and extraordinary chef opens up about her battles with mental and physical health in the new film, tracing her younger years as a child actress to her adult years, as she struggles to stay afloat in the entertainment industry.
Back in 2014, Selena Gomez was diagnosed with lupus. I immediately started chemotherapy to treat the autoimmune disease. She is currently in remission. Earlier this year, the star also She opened up about her battles with anxiety and depressionwhich you deal with again my mind and me.
“Nobody cares what you do,” Gomez tells in the trailer. “It’s about who I am, to be fine where I am. I’m grateful to be alive. Let me make a promise: I’ll stop living like this. How do I learn to breathe again?”
We see Gomez on a trip back to her hometown, where she meets some of her friends at school, and even surprises their children with a visit. We see the actress at her highs, recording new songs and living life with her friends, and at her lows, battling mental health struggles and going to the hospital with grueling visits.
The actress who got her big break as a kid Barney and friends It was later marked with a star Waverly Place processorsShe has been busy in TV series like Only the murders in the building And the Selena + Chef In the last years. She has also been an active participant in charitable missions, working with UNICEF and the Lupus Research Alliance.
Selena Gomez: My brain and me Directed by Alec Kechichian, who actually worked with Gomez on her music video for “Hands to Myself.” The director also directed Madonna’s famous 1991 document, the truth.
my mind and me It premieres on Apple TV+ on November 4.