Selena Gomez New Documentary Series is Here!



Selena Gomez has been through a lot in her life and we all will come to know about this through the recently released documentary show. The teen star starts her journey at a very young age. Over time, she has started to find new strengths and weaknesses. The pop singer has gone through multiple changes in his life but what remains with her forever is her strength to live happily. 

The new documentary series features a lot about her life. Her fans are already excited to witness her journey through her own words. As per the pop singer, many things have happened to her, and documenting all these things is pretty hard. She thought that she would be unable to fetch all of her feelings on the show but as it started, things started to move pretty nicely. 

Selena revealed that the documentary movie is super raw and in the entire series, she was so nervous. She revealed. “I’m just so nervous,” she said this and moves further by saying, “Because I have the platform I have, it’s kind of like I’m sacrificing myself a little bit for a greater purpose. I don’t want that to sound dramatic, but I almost wasn’t going to put this out. God’s truth, a few weeks ago, I wasn’t sure I could do it.”

Talking bout the project, Keshishian revealed that “Everything” concluded nicely. “I could feel that there was hesitation with how comfortable she was going to be with really letting me show the tumult of what was going on,”

“I’m going to be very open with everybody about this: I’ve been to four treatment centers,” Selena says to me, “I think when I started hitting my early twenties is when it started to get dark when I started to feel like I was not in control of what I was feeling, whether that was great or bad.” Her highs and lows would last weeks or months at a time, prompted by nothing she could put her finger on. Sometimes, she wouldn’t be able to sleep for days. She’d be convinced she needed to buy everyone she knew a car, that “I have a gift and I wanted to share it with people”

— a symptom of mania complicated by the fact that, in her case, it was kind of true. Then, a low would hit. “It would start with depression, then it would go into isolation,” she says. “Then it just was me not being able to move from my bed. I didn’t want anyone to talk to me. My friends would bring me food because they love me, but none of us knew what it was. Sometimes it was weeks I’d be in bed, to where even walking downstairs would get me out of breath.” She never actually attempted suicide but spent a few years contemplating it. “I thought the world would be better if I wasn’t there,” she says matter-of-factly

One fan tweeted, What I love about Selena Gomez’s documentary is it’s not “look at my hardships but now I’m all better and I’m happy and perfect” it’s so much more realistic bc humans are complex and when we’ve been through so much pain and trauma it doesn’t just go away

While other says, just a little reminder that Selena Gomez’s documentary is not about anyone else but herself and her mental health. the documentary’s main purpose is to *inspire* and *help* others who struggle as well to get the help they need and make them feel less alone.