Pop icon Selena Gomez has been honored with the Morton E. Ruderman Award for her dedication to mental health awareness. The ‘Good For You’ singer was chosen for the award by the Ruderman Family Foundation – which aims to expand access to needed mental health programs and services. hollywood reporter, Selena Gomez shares why she’s hopeful for love despite past heartbreak.
The Boston-based foundation honored the former Disney Channel star, citing her “dedication to raising mental health awareness and her commitment to expanding access to mental health services and education for youth around the world.” Describing the Foundation’s choice for the award, President Jay Ruderman said in a statement, “Selena Gomez powerfully embodies our Foundation’s mission in the mental health field – a mission that is critical for today’s adolescents.” assumes greater significance amid the unprecedented mental health crisis. , young adults, and entire populations”. Selena Gomez – My Mind and Me: Here’s Where You Can Watch Selena Gomez’s Documentary Online!
“Drawing inspiration from her personal journey, Selena has given voice to the struggles of countless individuals who have faced mental health challenges while working tirelessly to increase access to indispensable mental health resources and programs.” This is hardly the first time Selena’s dedication to mental health awareness has been recognized.
According to a report in The Hollywood Reporter, the singer-actress was the recipient of the 2019 McClain Award.
The 30-year-old singer revealed her diagnosis of bipolar disorder for the first time in 2020 on her Instagram Live series ‘Bright Minded’ alongside fellow pop-star Miley Cyrus. , I realized I was bipolar,” Gomez said in Instagram Live. “And so when I found out more, it really helped me. Once I know it, it doesn’t scare me.”
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