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Selena Gomez makes music again and starts with a meaningful note. The Taki Taki singer collaborated with Julia Michaels for a play entitled Anxiety about Michael's [newly-released] Inner Monologue Part 1. It's about the sense of isolation that comes from anxiety and depression, as well as from friends or partners. Who can not relate. (Associated: This woman has listed how her friend can assist her in a panic attack.)
Gomez sings, "I always feel like I'm always apologizing when I'm not feeling I'm fine / And My exes all say that I can handle it with difficulty / And I admit it, that's right. "The refrain continues," But all my friends do not know what it's like, what's it's like / you do not understand why I can not sleep the night / And I thought I could take something to fix it / Damn, I wish it, I wish it was so easy ah / All my friends who put it on I do not know how it is how it is. "
In an interview with Billboard Michaels explained that she and Gomez both identify with the lyrics and that the song hopes to fight a taboo for mental health. "We do not talk about our relationship with men, or we argue about someone or anything ̵
Gomez expressed similar feelings, releasing the song as an Instagram on the Collab." This song is very close to my heart because I'm scared and also know many of my friends, "she said in her caption," You're never alone if you feel that way. The message is urgently needed and I really hope you like it! "
It seems to work – Twitter has praised Gomez and Michaels for finding exactly what they are going through with their lyrics, which is often hard to say in Word.
Both women were involved with their experiences Michaels wrote a Glamor essay concurrently with the release of her song which details the daily panic attacks. Her 5-year struggle with depression and previous speakers gave an emotional speech on how she paused was able to engage with her mental health and recently reminded fans that her life is not always as "filtered and flowery" as it seems Instagram: With Anxiety the singers continue, to drive home that fellow sufferers are not alone.