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Selena Gomez reveals Instagram addiction, low self-esteem


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She should, as she doesn't have the talent, looks or stamina to be a major pop star.

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Talk about 1st world problems

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“As soon as I became the most followed person on Instagram, I sort of freaked out. (...)My self-esteem was shot."

Classic. Celebrity self-indulgence at its best/worst.

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gogogoMAR. 19, 2017 - 07:54AM JST Talk about 1st world problems

Yes, let's talk about them. People who don't want to be part of the conversation are free to go elsewhere and discuss things that do interest them.

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She became a social media addict, and let what social media says about her affect her well-being

Good she's trying to treat that

Teenagers should take heed

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Social media addiction is everywhere, especially the Middle East according to some research. It certainly isn't limited to the first world.

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Pop star Selena Gomez said she canceled her world tour last year and went to therapy because she was depressed, anxious and “my self-esteem was shot.”

That's what you get for "dating" Justin Bieber

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