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Camila Cabello on mental health struggles: ‘Don’t bottle that s–t up’

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Camila Cabello on mental health struggles: ‘Don’t bottle that s–t up’

Camila Cabello is continuing to keep it real when it comes to her mental health.

In a new Rolling Stone interview, the “Psychofreak” songstress opened up about how being completely honest on her new album “Familia” led her to a path of mental healing.

“It just made me so much more open and vulnerable in my friendships, and then in my performances, and then in my interviews,” the 25-year-old singer said. “It had this domino effect on every other area of my life.”

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Cabello, who is Latina, said openly discussing mental health in some cultures can still be seen as “weak,” which is another reason she’s become so vocal.

“Having these conversations — especially in the Latin community — I feel like I want to talk about it more in Spanish and with that community too,” she continued. “Even talking about it with my family, it’s so different.”

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Camila Cabello poses on Met Gala 2022 red carpet
Camila Cabello released her third solo album, “Familia,” last month.
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Cabello has previously talked about being in the “worst mental state ever” before the coronavirus pandemic but found a new groove thanks to therapy, the album and a newfound sense of self after her breakup with fellow pop star Shawn Mendes, 23.

“There are different degrees to which people struggle with mental health, but I think, whether it’s life-changing or life-saving, when you bottle that s–t up, and you pretend, it eats away at your health,” she told the rock magazine.

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The former Fifth Harmony star — who was a musical guest on “Saturday Night Live” last month — announced Monday that she will headline the Opening Ceremony of the 2022 EUFA final in Paris on May 28.

Camila Cabello on mental health struggles: ‘Don’t bottle that s–t up’

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