Published: Thu, October 11, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Selena Gomez 'seeking psychiatric treatment for breakdown'

Justin Bieber's ex-girlfriend was reportedly released from a local Los Angeles hospital, but was readmitted days later because her blood cell count remained low, sending her into an emotional crisis.

The singer was recently hospitalized for a second time with a plummeting white blood cell count, and the emergency "threw Selena into a downward emotional spiral", TMZ reported, citing unnamed sources.

Selena Gomez has been hospitalised twice since last two weeks.

DBT - which Selena has undergone in the past - is used to treat various mental health disorders.

TMZ claims Selena tried to leave soon after she was admitted but doctors said she couldn't, which caused a "meltdown" and she "freaked out" and apparently tried to rip the IV lines out of her arm. The site notes that the condition could stem from her kidney transplant.

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It's not the first time Gomez has sought professional treatment to address anxiety, panic attacks, and depression triggered by her lupus.

"She realized she needed to seek additional help for her ongoing emotional issues", a source told People. Another added, "I love her with my whole heart". Just remember -negative comments can hurt anybody's feelings.

She is now reportedly receiving treatment, including dialectical behavior therapy, at the same psychiatric facility. She's gone through it before, so it's not a completely new experience for the actor and singer. As fans of hers know, Gomez previously received a life-saving kidney transplant in September 2017 following the progression of her lupus.

'As much as I am grateful for the voice that social media gives each of us, I am equally grateful to be able to step back and live my life present to the moment I have been given, ' she wrote.

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