It’s because you guys wouldn’t show up.’ And we were like, ‘Damn.
Selena Gomez has always been open with her fans about her health struggles, so it came as no surprise when she shared with her Instagram followers that she had undergone a kidney transplant.
Unlike Ana, Raisa’s not a Republican, no one in her family is, nor did she ever go to college.
"I started to have panic attacks right before getting onstage, or right after leaving the stage.
Basically I felt I wasn’t good enough, wasn’t capable."The "Bad Liar" singer added that going to rehab was "one of the hardest things I’ve done, but it was the best thing I’ve done.”Intense Therapy Gomez also revealed in the interview that she sees a therapist five times a week for Dialectical Behavior Therapy, a treatment, according to to the magazine, that was "first developed for patients with borderline personality disorder that is now more widely used to treat conditions like depression."“DBT has completely changed my life,” she insisted.
"So, I had to cancel [13 dates on] my [ magazine, over a year after she checked herself into rehab. "I think it was just very complicated because I didn't understand and then that was something that I did want to keep private until my whole life suddenly wasn't private," she told the talk show host. I'm really honestly able to relate to people and I get it.""It's kind of one of those situations," she added.
"I was diagnosed with lupus, and I’ve been through chemotherapy," she disclosed. I could've had a stroke."Gomez said the speculation around her recovery did take a toll on her. "You just have to take care of yourself."Checking Back Into Rehab In August 2016, Gomez canceled the remaining dates of her World Tour and checked into a treatment facility in Tennessee, citing that she was having anxiety, panic attacks and depression as a result of her lupus. My self-esteem was shot," she shared in the April issue of magazine.