Camila Cabello says when you work through every problem you have and pretend all is well, ‘it eats away at your health’ and tells people to broadcast their struggles
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Camila Cabello has spoken out about how important it is not to cause any of the mental health issues you face.
Singer Bam Bam, 25, has revealed how her latest album, Familia, has set her on a path to mental healing, which has had a “domino effect on every other area of her life. my life”.
The Latina star admitted in a chat with Rolling Stone that talking about mental health may still be seen as weak in some cultures, but admits it was an incentive for her to speak more openly.
She told the publication: “Having these conversations – especially in the Latin community – I feel like I want to talk about it more in Spanish and with that community as well. Even speaking. about it with my family, it’s very different.”
The singer had previously revealed she was in “the worst mental state ever” before Covid, but said the therapy helped her find herself again. any.
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She continued: “There are varying degrees to which people struggle with mental health, but I think, whether it’s life changing or saving lives, when you bottle it up and you pretend, it will eat away at your health, it will eat away at your energy.
“It’s detrimental and I fully believe that trauma and mental health To be Physical health. It’s a public health crisis [and] people don’t talk about it.
“It leads to a lot of disease in the world, a lot of violence in the world, a lot of mental illness in the world.”
Last month, the star finally addressed rumors of a feud with Fifth Harmony.
In 2016, she left the group with bandmates Ally, Dinah, Lauren and Normani after the group was formed on the American version of the X Factor four years earlier.
Since Camila left the group, rumors have been circulating about a rift in the group and she seems to hint at what’s going on in Psychofreak.
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The lyrics include the lines: “Everybody says they miss the old me, I’ve been on this ride since I was 15 / I don’t blame the girls for how it went down.”
Meanwhile, she confessed that she actually kept in touch with her old bandmates after her exit, saying Sun: “We’ve been supporting each other through DMs and things. I’m in a really good place with them.”
* If you are struggling with mental health you can speak to a trained counselor from mental health charity Mind on 0300 123 3393 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/camila-cabello-urges-people-not-26919700 Camila Cabello urges people not to fight for mental health