Selena Gomez talks about her mental health at White House, MTV event | USA TODAY

Selena Gomez hosted the first-ever Mental Health Youth Action Forum at the White House. The event encouraged businesses and peers to address mental health.

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Gomez this week stopped by the nation's capital to host the first-ever Mental Health Youth Action Forum led by MTV Entertainment — an event encouraging businesses and peers to address the growing youth mental health crisis affecting more than a third of high school students.

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  1. So only the Mentally, Emotionally and Spiritually STRONG should Hold positions in the ‘Seat of Power’ to ensure Good Governance!!!

  2. She is is such a brave person, Selena has a huge Fanbase, with this she is a real great role model especially being someone in the music business and more which so superficial, she does something so meaningful. So so proud of her.

  3. I support what Selena shared, but I find it deeply difficult to disclose my mental issues at the workplace and more. I am sure others already detected my issues a long time ago, but “sensing” t “disclosing” them has a totally different weight. I still hear my colleagues talking of mental problems as mere excuses for not meeting important deadlines.

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