Selena Gomez has been a longtime advocate for mental health -- even a percentage of her Rare Beauty product sales goes toward the Rare Impact Fund to support mental health services.
She recently sat down with CR Fashionbook for a wide-ranging interview in which the star opened up about her own journey to "self-acceptance."
"Over the last several years I have worked very hard learning to be more comfortable in my own skin and accept the things I used to be hard on myself. The road to self-acceptance isn’t an easy one and trust me I still have my moments," she explained before noting that "my generation grew up just as social media was becoming a way for everyone to communicate with each other. At the beginning I saw it as just a fun way to post pictures and stay in touch with people, and then you realized it started to play with your mind and your self-worth. Once you can separate the two and know your worth isn’t connected to that world it’s a very freeing feeling."