The coronavirus pandemic is taking a toll on many who struggle with mental health issues, from eating disorders to depression. On Friday, singer and actress Selena Gomez opened up about her own history with mental illness during a frank discussion on Miley Cyrus’s Instagram Live series, telling Cyrus that she had been hospitalized at Boston’s McLean Hospital and diagnosed with bipolar disorder. “Recently, I went to one of the Fishing I might look like I’m listening to you but in my head I’m fishing shirt Furthermore, I will do this best hospitals in the world, or in America, McLean, and I discussed that after going through years of different things, I realized that I was bipolar,” Gomez told Cyrus. “And so, when I get more information it helps me; it doesn’t scare me once I know it. And I think people get scared of that.” Watch the full video of their conversation here.
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