For Mental Health Awareness Month, we recall 10 pivotal moments when Selena Gomez stressed the importance of mental health
For Mental Health Awareness Month, Billboard compiled the pivotal moments when Gomez stressed the importance of mental health awareness.
Rare, and how it echoes throughout her beliefs in normalizing open conversations about mental health."The whole theme of my last album was a lot of self-discovery, a lot of being OK, being alone and being vulnerable, being OK with not looking like everything else, not looking like everyone else," Gomez told then-
Teen Vogue editor-in-chief Lindsay Peoples Wagner, who serves on the Rare Beauty Mental Health Council."My journey personally has been all about my timing; when I felt like it was working, and that’s when I suddenly became so obsessed with making sure that everybody I knew understood that sharing your emotions were great. How I’m a huge advocate for therapy. How I feel like there are support groups for everybody, and it’s OK... there’s no way that people aren’t feeling a certain way, whether they’re figuring that out on their own or not, we all need each other."
October 2020:Instagram Live Chatwith Vice President Kamala Harris About Mental Health NationwideThe singer-actress hopped on a video call with none other than VP Kamala Harris, who was the Democratic candidate at the time, to discuss several issues plaguing the United States, including mental health. "I just read too much about how deep this country is being affected mentally. I've had so many dreams about creating places that people could go to. I think there's a part of me that wishes we had some sort of place that felt like, OK, maybe you just need to get help," Gomez explained. headtopics.com
October 2020:IG Live Chat With Dr. Vivek Murthy About Depression Gomez spoke with Dr. Vivek Murthy in an Instagram Live discussion hosted by Rare Beauty's account about how she struggled with depression at the beginning of the pandemic."In the beginning, I couldn't deal with it that well. I kind of went into a bit of a depression," she told Dr. Murthy, who served as the surgeon general under former President Obama."My job is a lot of travel, connecting with people, making people happy, and that makes me happy, so it has been a struggle."
The Rare Beauty founder found excitement in the Rare Impact Fund and in being able to go to the studio again, which helped ground her."I would say right now, I'm fully coming out again and I just think I had to handle it the way I needed to handle it, and got through it with the right people and doing the right things and doing the right steps to not make me go crazy."
July 2020: Announcement of Rare Beauty's $100 Million for Mental Health Services On her 28th birthday, the makeup mogul's Rare Beauty launched the Rare Impact Fund in hopes of raising $100 million over the next 10 years to provide mental health services to underserved communities. With 1% of annual sales on Rare Beauty products in addition to money raised by partners benefiting the fund, the Rare Impact Fund will become one of the largest known funds supporting mental health from a corporate entity once it reaches its goal. Gomez
founded Rare Beauty in February 2020 with the self-affirming mission that"being rare is about being comfortable with yourself." Rare Beauty also created the Rare Beauty Mental Health Council, which brings mental health experts from universities, organizations and companies together to guide the company's strategy. headtopics.com
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Ariana Grande Shared An Inspiring Message For Mental Health Awareness Month“The work is so hard but we are capable and worth it.”
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Black peer support: A role in mental health recovery - Harvard Health BlogPeer support groups in mental health allow people with similar lived experiences to listen, share, and encourage one another. A Black peer support group created around race and culture as well as mental health may offer a safe space that allows people to address aspects of shared identity and experiences around racism with others who understand their daily reality. LOL.
Consistent response from parents is key to gay and lesbian mental health, study findsA consistent level of parental support, even if it’s negative, leads to better mental health outcomes for lesbians and gay men, according to a small new study.