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Selena Gomez Is Launching A Mental Health Brand Called “Wondermind”

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Selena Gomez opened up about her long social media hiatus and mental wellness. The Wizards of Waverly Place star spoke about her four-and-a-half-year absence from the internet and social media in an interview with Good Morning America, describing how it “completely” affected her life.

“I am more content, aware, and sociable. It comforts me. I am aware of the Internet’s tremendous power and its positive effects on the world. But I get important news from people in my life.

The fact that she was bipolar also helped her in some way. The “nicest thing” is that after she walked away, Gomez started building a relationship with herself.

In an interview with GMA, Selena Gomez disclosed that she is co-founding Wondermind with Mandy Teefey, her mother, and businesswoman Daniella Pierson. The forum aims to normalize the discussion of mental diseases, which show varied signs in different people.

A Wondermind expert council will include one of the greatest therapists and psychiatrists in the entire world. Selena Gomez founded the website due to her struggles with mental health.

“I learned so much from being in the spotlight as a child. Given that I took the necessary steps to escape it, I find it hard to accept that I am now where I am psychological. Simply said, it’s abnormal.

She continued by outlining her desire to become known for her compassion.

Even if it took me a while to get into Wondermind, having something like that would be amazing. And that gives me a lot of comforts.

In 2020, Gomez revealed via Instagram Live to Miley Cyrus that she has bipolar disorder. Selena Gomez has cited lupus as the source of her depression, anxiety, and panic attacks in the past.

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