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9 minutes ago, Dória Gentili said:

Why is she obsessed with this subject?:ihype:

Because she’s a mental health advocate? 

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Love when artists do this. It's time to end with the stigma surrounding mental health. :clap3: 

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1 hour ago, brraap said:

:deadbanana4:

 

Now you’re just saying anything. Not cute 

 

 

OT: Selena is great at using her voice for good, we love to see it. Mental health is at an all time high especially in schools due to online learning and reduced socialising, but children are always overlooked when it comes to it

She hasn't cleared up cuz surprisingly she doesn't have a documentary till this day buy most likely her parents ran away and lived in poverty they were teen parents 

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59 minutes ago, Dória Gentili said:

Why is she obsessed with this subject?:ihype:

It's not being obsessed but talk about something it was never been paid attention enough in the past specially for young generations. 

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2 hours ago, moonlitdick said:

:clap3:

:omg:

 

2 hours ago, Leigh said:

This woman has been through hell and back - poverty, domestic abuse, discrimination for her ethnicity and heritage, a debilitating disease that caused a near-death experience, bipolar depression, countless hate, yet she is still standing and will always be a beacon of light and resilience. To say that I’m proud of her for overcoming everything that’s happened to her would be an understatement. 

thank you for always saying the truth sweetie :clap3: 

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2 hours ago, Leigh said:

This woman has been through hell and back - poverty, domestic abuse, discrimination for her ethnicity and heritage, a debilitating disease that caused a near-death experience, bipolar depression, countless hate, yet she is still standing and will always be a beacon of light and resilience. To say that I’m proud of her for overcoming everything that’s happened to her would be an understatement. 

:clap3: Love this!

 

I would like to add one more: sexism. She's only famous because of her ex the haters claim

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2 hours ago, Leigh said:

Because she’s a mental health advocate? 

 

1 hour ago, Sad Serenade said:

It's not being obsessed but talk about something it was never been paid attention enough in the past specially for young generations. 

https://letmegooglethat.com/?q=obsession+meaning

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Would’ve loved if I had this at school or even now too. Glad she’s always using her platform for this. :heart2:

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She deserves all the admiration people have towards her. She's one of the few celebs that actually put in the work philanthropically and she still has so much compassion after everything she's been through. Only the most humble and honorable :clap3:

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3 hours ago, Selena’s Bad Liar said:

No :toofunny2: They were so loud and wrong over what? Fans praising their fav for doing good. Some people just carry negative energy wherever they go 

I’m saying you’re reaching hard. She’s a multi millionaire now trying to use her platform to spread awareness and y’all are in her throwing her a pity party and over exaggerating on her past. She’s not this damsel in distress character you’re trying to make her out to be 

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11 hours ago, brraap said:

I’m saying you’re reaching hard. She’s a multi millionaire now trying to use her platform to spread awareness and y’all are in her throwing her a pity party and over exaggerating on her past. She’s not this damsel in distress character you’re trying to make her out to be 

Exactly. Megan Markle's struggle teas!

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11 hours ago, brraap said:

I’m saying you’re reaching hard. She’s a multi millionaire now trying to use her platform to spread awareness and y’all are in her throwing her a pity party and over exaggerating on her past. She’s not this damsel in distress character you’re trying to make her out to be 

I agree, that was pretty distasteful and unneccessary. You can tell some users in here really seek validation from ATRL of all places :toofunny3:

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13 hours ago, brraap said:

I’m saying you’re reaching hard. She’s a multi millionaire now trying to use her platform to spread awareness and y’all are in her throwing her a pity party and over exaggerating on her past. She’s not this damsel in distress character you’re trying to make her out to be 

I'm not making her out to be anything but fans are clearly moved by her philanthropy and are reflecting on her journey to be able to launch this foundation. There's really no reason to come in here giving your unnecessary rhetoric :coffee2:

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that's very great, i feel like every school should have a team of mental health professionals not only to deal with problems that arise but to prevent them. psychology isn't only about treating depression and what not, it's also about training people to develop good skills in life.

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On 4/30/2021 at 12:33 PM, Selena’s Bad Liar said:

I'm not making her out to be anything but fans are clearly moved by her philanthropy and are reflecting on her journey to be able to launch this foundation. There's really no reason to come in here giving your unnecessary rhetoric :coffee2:

“Unnecessary rhetoric” :loud: maybe tell that to the user who openly brings up her trauma anytime she has an achievement or tries to do good. Puts a damper on the message 

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This is great, especially since the pandemic has affected everyone's mental health. Respect. :clap3:

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Good for her. America is absolutely in an invisible (depending who you ask) mental health crisis right now across the board, not just in education, but certainly in excess in education. I feel it's getting worse and worse. I reached a point of being nearly suicidal in my junior year of college. So many of friends are struggling too in their adulthoods.

 

There are 2 things education needs to fix:

1) FIX THE SYMPTOMS AND CAUSES. They see and don't care about the why. The cramming, the all nighters, the stress, the debt/financial burden, the insane standards to uphold to even get into college. And they not only don't fix it, the problems and stress seem to only be getting worse

2) do exactly what she's advocating for and offer more sources

 

Both of my points are important, but I think #1 needs to be discussed more. We can offer all these resources but we need to get to the root of the problem to really impact.

 

 

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This is huge. As someone who feels the public school system fails to accommodate towards the learning of mental health awareness, she is such an inspo and the reason why I love/borderline stan her 

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On 4/29/2021 at 2:24 PM, Leigh said:

This woman has been through hell and back - poverty, domestic abuse, discrimination for her ethnicity and heritage, a debilitating disease that caused a near-death experience, bipolar depression, countless hate, yet she is still standing and will always be a beacon of light and resilience. To say that I’m proud of her for overcoming everything that’s happened to her would be an understatement. 

Kind of a legend :clap3:

 

 

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