The most heartbreaking images of the trailer of My mind and I, the documentary of Selena Gomez

Facing the gallery, everything is laughter and happy faces, but when the lights go out, the hardest moments come. It is what they show the scarce 29 seconds that the trailer of my mind and methe documentary of Selena Gomez which premieres on November 4.

It is a journey through the last six years of the artist, who, just when her career was taking her to the top, she suffered an unexpected turn in her life that plunged her into darkness. “This exceptionally raw and intimate documentary covers his journey from those six years into a new light,” reads the introductory text of my mind and me.

“My Mind and Me. Sometimes we don’t get along and it’s hard to breathe… But I wouldn’t change my life,” writes the artist on Instagram to present the trailer for the Apple TV documentary

Selena cries, laughs, jumps, cries again, sings, vibrates, cries again… selena gomez lives.

The artist shows in this video the whirlwind of emotions in which she has been involved since in 2014 she was diagnosed with lupus, an illness that a year later led him to temporarily retire.

“I have discovered that anxiety, panic attacks, and depression could be collateral effects of lupus,” said the artist when announcing her decision. “I want to be proactive and focus on my health and happiness, and I’ve decided that the best way to do it is to take some time off the stage.”

All these feelings are captured in the trailer for My mind and I what leaves 11 heartbreaking images of the singer and actress. Here you see 10 and above the number 11.


Selena Gomez, in an image of ‘My mind and I’. // AppleTV
Selena Gomez tries to control her breathing in 'Mi mente y yo'.
Selena Gomez tries to control her breathing in ‘Mi mente y yo’. // AppleTV
Selena Gomez, in the trailer for 'My mind and I'.
Selena Gomez, in the trailer for ‘My mind and I’. // AppleTV
Selena Gomez sinks into an image of 'Mi mente y yo'.
Selena Gomez sinks into an image of ‘Mi mente y yo’. // AppleTV
The singer Selena Gomez, in 'Mi mente y yo'.
The singer Selena Gomez, in ‘Mi mente y yo’. // AppleTV
Selena Gomez collapses on the piano.
Selena Gomez collapses on the piano. // AppleTV
Selena Gomez with Oprah Winfrey
Selena Gomez with Oprah Winfrey // Apple TV
Another image of Selena Gomez in 'Mi mente y yo'.
Another image of Selena Gomez in ‘Mi mente y yo’. // AppleTV
Another image of Selena Gomez in 'Mi mente y yo'.
Selena Gomez cries in a scene from ‘Mi mente y yo’. // AppleTV
One more image of Selena Gomez in 'Mi mente y yo'.
One more image of Selena Gomez in ‘Mi mente y yo’. // AppleTV

Selena Gomez’s health problems

  • Selena Gomez announced its temporary withdrawal in April 2015 to deal with the “panic attacks” and “depression” you experience after a year earlier she was diagnosed with lupus. “I have found that anxiety, panic attacks and depression can be side effects of lupus,” he said in his statement.
  • in 2017 had to undergo a kidney transplant due to complications from lupus. She donated it to her best friend, Francia Raisa.
  • Three years later, in April 2020, he revealed another diagnosis. “I have bipolar disorder but it doesn’t scare me”told in a conversation with Miley Cyrus.

Before all this, in 2013, at the age of 21, Selena Gomez canceled her tour in Australia and Asia to, as she said at the time, take some time. At that time the media began to speculate that could have lupussince he presented symptoms compatible with this autoimmune disease such as swelling of the face, fatigue, headaches and joint pain.

The artist, who began her career at Disney Chanel when she was ten years old, has been harassed by the media and rumor mills ever since, having to dealing with mental health issues about which he has spoken openly in numerous interviews and which he makes visible in my mind and me.

In May 2022 he did the same by participating in the White House Mental Health Advocacy Forum, where he made an important plea for self-care. “Once I discovered what was happening to me on a mental level, there was more freedom to be okay with what I had, because I was learning about it…” he explained. “I must give an example that it is a topic that can and should be talked about.”

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