Selena Gomez News and Update: "Kill Em With Kindness" Singer Shuts Down Instagram; Justin Bieber's Ex Opens Up About Her Rehab Experience
Pop star Selena Gomez, the queen of social media, was declared as the most followed person on Instagram. But the immensity of the popularity did not go well with the lady in question, and soon her crown turns out to be too heavy. Justin Bieber's ex, Selena reportedly had a breakdown recently. After her trip to rehab, the "Slow Down" singer has reportedly ridden herself off the social media accounts!
Social media with Instagram and Twitter has brought the personal life of celebrities to the forefront. But the attention can be very daunting. For Selena Gomez, she succumbed to it. Gomez reveals constantly checking her Instagram account and reading all information out there has left her drained. Justin Bieber's ex, Selena Gomez suffered from serious low esteem so much, so she had to cancel her "Revival" tour last summer. Depression, anxiousness and panic attacks became the prime concerns of the "Magic" singer, reported E News.
As per Socialite Life, her first post- rehab appearance came at the "American Music Award" where she was adjudged as the Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artist. A brand new Selena Gomez now is currently living in Airbnb in the Valley and has reduced her contacts staying in touch with only people she is close to. Her account is being managed by her manager. The 24-year-old "B.E.A.T" singer reveals that she does not even know what her Instagram password is. The complete disassociation from the social media is working well for her. Justin Bieber's ex, Selena Gomez, is currently focusing more on herself.
For her recovery, Justin Bieber's ex, Selena Gomez advocates for Dialectical Behavior Therapy. The therapy aids in improving communication and builds control on your emotions. Something that Selena was in dire need of. The treatment had completely altered her perception in life.
Selena Gomez admits that from a young age girls are taught to be a lot of things but what is missed is the teaching that it is also fine to be down and to fall apart at times. Touché, we say!