Selena Gomez spoke boldly about her “scariest moments of life” at the McLean Hospital’s annual dinner.


Suffering from physical pain is superficial. People can get that you are not well. However, when one is emotionally broken, the scenery is entirely different. Selena Gomez, the actress-singer shared her “scariest moments of life” explaining how she managed to emerge as a stronger human being. The 27-year-old celebrity went through some severe consequences of depression and anxiety in 2018, because of which she had to be admitted in rehab in Massachusetts. The McLean’s Hospital presented her with the McLean Award 2019 for her bravery at the hospital’s annual dinner. From the time she was admitted, the singer explained every bit of what she went through and how she ultimately came out being “happier and healthier’.
Gomez believes that coming up with the truth of one’s life is nothing to be embarrassed about. Instead, it is better to “tell the truth’ and accept reality. The start said, “I think that we are better when we tell the truth and, so, this is my truth. Last year, I was suffering mentally and emotionally, and I was not able to stay all that kept together. I was not able to hold a smile or to keep things normal.”Continuing with the sufferings that she faced as a result of the ongoing anxiety and depression, Selena quoted, “It felt like all of my pain and my anxiety washed over me all at once, and it was one of the scariest moments of my life. Terrified because the veil was lifted, but relieved that I finally knew why I had suffered for so many years with depression and anxiety.”Recognizing and acknowledging the efforts of the doctors and all the staffs of the McLean Hospital, Selena continued, “After a year of much intense work .. I am happier, I am healthier, and I am in control of my emotions and thoughts more than I have ever been. So, I am pleased about that. For me, it feels right to share that I have personally felt the effects of both depression and anxiety – but it is not easy. I have feared being misunderstood and judged,” She spoke about the gifts that life has rewarded her with, along with her liabilities and weaknesses. The young talent confidently accepted all that made her anxious and depressed and stated, “But this does not make me faulty. This does not make me weak. This does not make me less than. This makes me human. We need help, and we need each other.”