Selena Gomez and her happiness when leaving Instagram

The happiness and good life that celebrities share on social networks is not always real, that has been verified by the American actress and singer Selena Gomez, who recently stated that he is happier since he left Instagram.

“There came that moment when I did not want to post anything on social networks because I realized that I could not share or say anything”

“That moment came when I didn’t want to post anything on social media because I realized that I couldn’t share or say anything,” Gomez told In Style magazine.

The singer, who has 287 million followers on said social network, commented that suffer from depression and anxiety due to the harmful use of this platform, That is why he considers that having made the decision to move away from her is one of the best he has made in his life.

“There came a point where Instagram became my whole world, and that was very dangerous. Taking a break from social media was the best decision I have ever made for my mental health. “

But this does not mean that Selena closed her account on Instagram, but that she has simply decided not to focus so much on her and not be the only one who manages it.

“I created a system where I don’t have my passwords yet. And the hate and unnecessary comparisons disappeared once I put my phone down. There will be times when that strange feeling will return, but now I have a much better relationship with myself,” Selena expressed Gomez.

“There came a point where Instagram became my whole world, and that was very dangerous.”

Not only does Selena give her testimony about the importance of mental health, but she got to work with actions like his Wondermind podcast, where he talks about the subject with guests and experts on the subject.

Gomez, who has also been diagnosed with bipolar disorder three years ago, also has asked schools to give talks on mental health, on which he considers prejudices and lack of information weighs.

“I want so many things to change in this area, and I wanted people of all ages to understand that the mind is not simple,” he expressed in 2020 in an interview with People.



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