Selena Gomez thinks that she has the rest of her life burden of depression and anxiety disorders. The singer had to run in 2016 her tour break because of her mental health and was there recently for treating.
“I suffer from depression and anxiety, something I have always been very open about it, but of which I still don’t have the feeling that I have overcome,” says Gomez (25) in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar.
“I think this fight is where I the rest of my life will have. But that’s okay, because I know that I am always on the first place on myself will think.”
When the singer was in 2013, autoimmune disease lupus fixed. Her mental problems are there, according to Gomez’s side effects.
Through her faltering health, the singer also a lot more insecure on her singing career. “I’ve been busy for a long time with my next album, and when people ask me why it takes so long I tell them to always honest that I wasn’t done with ben,” says Gomez, who in 2015, her latest album Revival released.
“I feel I’m still not sure enough to do anything. If that’s still ten years, then so be it. The only thing I want is to be sincere in what I do,” says the singer.