Gomez has teamed up with her mother Mandy Teefey and The Newsette’s Daniella Pierson to launch her new mental health programme. The platform’s main purpose is to promote mental health and de-stigmatize psychiatric diseases..
There’s no such thing as a “bad day,” according to the platform’s official website. The result was a place where we could “work it all out every day” with open dialogues, actual tools, daily content, and a friendly group.
Founders of Wondermind intended to establish a “inclusive” area where individuals could openly discuss their mental health issues, according to their Instagram account. “We discovered that there was no open, fun, and accessible place for individuals to come together to investigate, communicate, and negotiate their experiences with mental illness,” the founders said. Because of this, we were able to achieve our goal,” they stated.
Always, Gomez has been a strong advocate for mental health education. She has previously admitted to having bipolar illness. Podcasts and interviews with celebrities who have dealt with mental health issues will be part of the newly launched website.
The Lose You To Love Me singer’s “mental fitness” project promises “no judgement, only progress.” To make Wondermind a place where individuals can come together and realise that they’re not alone, Gomez says in the welcome video, “I am extremely enthusiastic about Wondermind.”