During her 2016 revival tour, Selena Gomez had a nervous breakdown and felt she wanted to end her life. The Who Says singer played 55 performances before she canceled her tour balance in August to focus on her emotional well-being.
At one point in the conversation she says, “I don’t want to live right now.” Similarly, Gomez’s former helper Theresa says she doesn’t want to stay alive, taking to the camera in her new documentary on Apple TV+ titled My Mind and Me.
And I’m thinking, huh? That’s what Teresa remembers. This was one of those times when you can’t tell anything by staring into her eyes. Darkness was complete. This is really creepy.
Your attitude is “Fk this”. Everything should stop now. It’s time to go home. Gomez’s best friend Raquel claimed the 30-year-old’s psychotic episode was caused by an increased amount of voices she was hearing in her mind.
Lose You to Love Me singer’s mother says TMZ is the only way she found out about her daughter’s breakdown because the pop star refused to talk to her. Gomez checked herself into a mental health facility and started feeling better.
“I didn’t want to put myself in a mental health facility,” Gomez says. I realized that I had to risk going crazy.
In October 2018, the lupus-stricken actress suffered another mental breakdown due to the effects of the autoimmune disease on her white blood cell levels. She was taken to Cedars Sinai for her treatment, but she insisted on being discharged and tried to pull her IV.
https://celebrityinsider.org/in-apple-tvs-my-mind-and-me-selena-gomezs-pals-discuss-her-mental-breakdown-in-depth-536281/ Selena Gomez’s pals discuss her mental breakdown in depth on My Mind And Me on Apple TV+