Selena Gomez launches a platform focused on mental health

Some time ago, Selena Gomez began to diversify her professional career beyond singing or acting to become a producer on the Netflix series Thirteen Reasons Why and venture into the world of beauty with her Rare line. In that sense, on Thursday, November 18, the interpreter announced a new project that she has created in collaboration with her mother Mandy teefey and Daniela Pierson, which will be released in February next year.

Selena Gomez was diagnosed with bipolar disorder a couple of years ago which sparked her interest in raising awareness about mental health and helping people cope with their emotional problems and mental illness.

The 28-year-old actress unveiled the launch of Wondermind by means of a special article and cover of Entrepreneur magazine.

Mental health is good business”, Says in the presentation of the publication about the project of the interpreter of“ The heart wants what it wants ”.

“Mental health is something that is very close to my heart. It is very important to have places where people can meet and understand that they are not alone in their journey of mental fitness, “wrote Selena Gomez in the description of a photo posted on her Instagram account. In the image, which is the cover of Entrepreneur, she appears accompanied by Mandy Teefeey and Daniela Pierson.

The platform Wondermid will offer a very varied content that will encompass podcasts, articles, and interviews to create a space where you can have a conversation about any type of mental health problem. In addition, it will propose guided meditation exercises and will have products that can be purchased.

The objective of the platform is to help users establish a daily routine that allows them to better understand their mind with the right tools and the support of a community around them. where you can find other people who are dealing with a similar situation or emotions similar to yours.

After being diagnosed with lupus, Selena suffered panic attacks as a result of her illness and also struggled with anxiety and depression due to confinement during the pandemic of the COVID-19 which led her to create Wondermind.