Selena Gomez will never watch her mental health documentary again because it’s “so hard” to watch. The pop star/actress opened up about her struggles in the film, which touched on her breakdown, bipolar disorder diagnosis, and battles with mental health. She initially had reservations about making the documentary, fearing it would jeopardize her career. However, she ultimately felt relieved after its release. Despite being proud of the film, Selena admitted that she can’t bring herself to watch it again. She also discussed her relationship with social media and the responsibility she feels towards her fans.
Selena Gomez will never watch her mental health documentary again
Selena Gomez opened up about her struggles in her mental health documentary ‘My Mind and Me’, revealing that she will never watch it again. The film touched on her personal and professional challenges, including her breakdown, bipolar disorder diagnosis, and battles with mental health. Despite initial reservations, Selena felt relieved after the documentary’s release, as she was able to express things she had kept in for years. However, watching the film remains difficult for her. She expressed pride in the documentary and gratitude for the people who worked on it with her.
Reservations about making the documentary
Selena Gomez admitted that she initially had reservations about making the mental health documentary. She was concerned that it could jeopardize her career and didn’t know if it was a good idea. However, she eventually felt that she had no choice but to release it. She explained that she felt a huge weight lifted after the documentary was released, as she was able to express things she had been keeping in for years. Despite being proud of the film, Selena can’t bring herself to watch it again due to the emotional difficulty.
The responsibility of interacting with fans and the impact of social media
Selena Gomez discussed her relationship with social media and the responsibility she feels towards her fans. She emphasized that she doesn’t care about numbers and followers but recognizes the heavy responsibility of interacting with people who are going through tough times. She mentioned having conversations with young people and women going through divorces or chemotherapy, highlighting the importance of empathy and understanding. Selena acknowledged that using social media comes with a big responsibility and can be a little scary, but she cherishes the opportunity to connect with her fans.