Selena Gomez Sheds Lots of Tears in First Teaser for ‘My Mind & Me’ Documentary (video)

Selena Gomez Sheds Lots of Tears in First Teaser for ‘My Mind & Me’ Documentary (video)

Fans are getting an inside look at Selena Gomez’s psychological wellness project. The narrative Selena Gomez: My Psyche and Me, which depicts the highs and lows of the artist entertainer’s life, now has its major secret thanks to Apple TV+.

Although Gomez doesn’t speak during the 30-second clip, viewers can still witness her in some of her most helpless and happiest moments. Even the singer of “Lose You to Cherish Me” may be seen breaking down in tears in a few quick glimpses.

Selena Gomez Sheds Lots of Tears in First Teaser for ‘My Mind & Me’ Documentary (video)

A piece of @selenagomez’s story. #MyMindAndMe traverses six years of her life, covering her highs, lows, and in the middle between.
“Selena Gomez: My Brain and Me,” is coming to Apple TV+ November 4



— Apple TV+ (@AppleTVPlus) September 20, 2022
“Each breath, a leap forward,” peruses the message in the mystery.

On Instagram, Gomez shared the main glance at her doc, expressing, “We don’t get along now and again and it gets hard to inhale… Yet I wouldn’t completely change me.”

As per the public statement, the narrative starts when Gomez is arriving at another top in her vocation, however at that point faces a surprising dim turn. The film traverses over her six-year emotional well-being venture.

Throughout the long term, Gomez has been open about her battles. In April 2020, she uncovered on Miley Cyrus’ Instagram Live show, Brilliant Leaning, that she “understood” she was bipolar during a visit to McLean Clinic in Boston, Massachusetts.

“I needed to have a deep understanding of it, and it removed the trepidation,” she said of her determination. Gomez additionally shared at the time that she’d gone through treatment for uneasiness, discouragement and “other stuff that I’ve been managing.”

Selena Gomez: My Psyche and Me, coordinated by Madonna: Truth or Dare’s Alek Keshishian, debuts Nov. 4 on Apple TV+.

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