Selena Gomez and Billi Eilish Both Stepped Back From Social Media: “Expert’s Opinions About Social Media Break For Mental Health”
Selena Gomez and Billi Eilish Both Stepped Back From Social Media Giving First Priority To Their Mental Health: “Things We Can Learn From These Celebs”
American two great Singers and songwriters Selena Gomez and Billi Eilish both are ignoring social media for the sake of their mental health while claiming that Social media has hugely impacted their mental health. Gomez recently took a break from social media while Billi Eilish announced deleting all social media apps from her phone.
Lots of other American actresses and singers have confirmed, social media to be the biggest reason for their mental health struggles. Billi Eilish stated in an interview that “Anything I read on the internet I believe.” Moreover, another great singer Ed Sheeran had also taken a long break from social media after his mental health breakdowns due to his Wife Cherry Seaborn’s Tumor during her pregnancy and other personal problems.
The 30-year-old singer had suffered from anxiety and depression for a long time, which she describes in her 2022s Netflix documentary “Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me.” Unnecessary controversies and news about their personal life on social media do negative impacts on their mind and then anger and hate start emerging between them. The small thing gets exaggerated by the people from their own points of view and later that same thing takes a huge place and becomes the reason for the cold war.
The 21-year-old singer Billi Eilish stated in Conan O’Brien’s podcast
“Me! And I know for a fact that’s stupid and I shouldn’t do that because I have proof that it’s not all true. Almost none of it’s true. It’s, like, little things, like small white lies that goes over everybody’s head, but everyone believes.”
The Only Murders In The Building actress again took a break from social media while saying ‘I am a little too old for that” now. The singer claimed in a video message saying
“I’m going to be taking a second from social media, because this is a little silly. I’m 30 and am too old for this. But I love you so much and I’ll see you guys sooner than later. I’m just gonna take a break from everything.”
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Gomez has been super active for some time especially on Tiktok after the release of her Netflix documentary “Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me.” During her activeness on social media, she experienced numerous controversies regarding her Ex Justine, Haily, the Kardashian family, and others. After starting to feel depressed Gomez again decided to give herself some time. Likewise, Other big celebrities including Chrissy Teigen, Alec Baldwin, and Lana Del Rey have also confirmed taking a break from social media and focusing on their personal life.
Social media has become a huge problem in our generation, not only for celebrities but also for normal people. We get sad by looking at others’ lavish lifestyles without knowing that they might be also suffering from other huge problems. In most cases, people don’t even spend much time with their own families.
On the other hand, social media it shelf is not a problem but our poor management and lack of self-control are huge problems. Everything has its own advantages and disadvantages, it depends on us how we are using it. Not everyone gets depression and anxiety from social media, they also get useful information and knowledge from that, while it is also helping many people to expand their businesses.
Many Psychology experts give suggestions to take a break from social media when we are feeling less confident and unworthy in our life. According to Digital wellness expert Mark Ostach, we get micro-levels of trauma and anxiety when we start checking our phones after waking up and in the middle of a conversation. Ostach said
“think about the micro-levels of digital trauma that exist when you quickly check your social media in between a conversation or right before you go to bed. It happens in a moment’s notice, and I believe it’s causing some low levels of trauma to what we think and how we feel.”
Mental Health Experts like Jermaine Graves, Mark Ostach, and Modir pointed out the situations, to take a break from social media
- When You are comparing Yourself with another person by looking at their lifestyles
- When you frequently check your phones, without proper reason
- When you are trying to escape from overthinking by scrolling through social media sites
- When you feel tired and demotivated after using social media
- When the phone becomes the last and first thing you touch before going to bed and after waking up
- When you start demotivating yourself by looking from negative views