Selena Gomez is Being Treated at Mental Health Facility Following Medical Issues

Danny Woods
October 12, 2018

"He feels bad that she is going through all the stuff she is going through", a source close to Justin told HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY. There's a lot pressure, ' the source told Us. "Kindness and encouragement only for a bit!" Several global news reports suggest the singer has suffered an emotional breakdown.

Selena was apparently at her home in Los Angeles in the last week of September when the first emergency happened and was driven to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center by a family member.

People magazine reports that during one of her visits, she reportedly suffered a panic attack.

Former Disney star Selena Gomez is reported to have entered a mental healthy facility after being hospitalised twice in just two weeks.

DBT - which Selena has undergone in the past - is an evidence-based psychotherapy created to help people suffering from borderline personality disorder.

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Our thoughts go out to Gomez and we wish her a speedy and healthy recovery! "Depression and anxiety was the forefront of everything I did in my life".

The "It Ain't Me" singer - who with 142 million followers is the most popular person on Instagram - previously explained she takes regular social media breaks as she wants to live in the real world. Sources told TMZ that it was an "emotional breakdown".

Many assumed it was related to substance abuse issues, to which she said: "I wanted so badly to say, 'You guys have no idea". That was her tipping point, it seemed.

The publication claims her breakdown is her second in two weeks.

"She's not afraid or ashamed to take a step back and ask for help like she was in the past", the source continued, referring to her 2016 stint at Brookhaven in Tennessee. It also helps that Selena has loads of support from family and friends, which is a big part of the battle.

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