Selena Gomez has opened up about how she survives bad mental health days and shared her tips on how to take care of her mind. On her Wondermind Instagram account – a content platform she recently launched to help people with mental health problems get together – she admitted that some days she has a hard time getting out of bed.
answer to the question How do you take care of your mind?The 29-year-old said, “Sometimes I’m not good at it, like just waking up and sometimes having trouble just getting out of bed.” As she navigates tough days, Selena added, “What helps me first and foremost is just pick up the phone and call someone.”
Next, she explains, the important thing is to take a step back and assess why you are feeling this way. “I am constantly trying to fill myself with knowledge of what I am feeling and what triggers are happening to me,” she said. “I think what really helps me understand myself a bit better is that I can take a step back and think of all the tools I’ve learned and try to apply them in my everyday life. That usually helps me. “
Exercise is another way the singer can shake off negative emotions. “I hate to work out! It’s no fun,” Selena continued, “but I’ve been taking intense boxing classes lately and it really helped me get a lot of frustration but also energy and it feels so good at.”
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The fans praised them in the comments section Only murders in the building Star for honesty. “So proud of you, knowing that we are not alone helps a lot,” commented one fan and another Instagram user added: “Very relatable, thanks for these useful tips, hopefully I can implement them better.”
However, it’s not the first time the 29-year-old has spoken openly about her mental health with her fans. Just last year, during an Instagram Live with Miley Cyrus, she announced that she had been diagnosed with bipolar. She later said in a promotional video for Wondermind, “I understand what it is like to be confused and not really understand where those feelings and emotions are [are] I come from … I live with bipolar disorder – I no longer suffer from it. I’m really happy and proud of the progress I’ve made. “
If you are struggling with your mental health and need assistance, please visit Mind for more information. Alternatively, you can call the Samaritan hotline free of charge at 116 123 around the clock.
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