Selena and Justin Bieber were first publicly intertwined in 2011 and dated on and off until their separation in 2018, which has now disclosed some of the relationship’s untold tale.
Selena Gomes opened up regarding her past relationship with Justin Bieber, a singer, and actress, during the promotion of her new album Rare. Selena Gomes discussed how the new single “lose you to love me” helped her process and move on from the tough expression she had when seeing the baby artist during an interview with NPR.
When the journalist asked Selena if she meant emotional violence..?
she said yes !!!!
She said that staying in a victim mentality is dangerous and that while I am not being respectful, I do believe I was a victim of such violence. She also said that she had been subjected to emotional violence by a poor liar and hitter, and then went on to elaborate.
Gomes did not go into detail about her alleged emotional abuse. The national coalition against domestic violence defines emotional and physiological abuse as a pattern of abuse that may involve coercion, physical abuse, bullying, and intimidation. It includes manipulation in which a person causes their partner to doubt their ability to trust themselves and their perception of reality, according to the NCADV.
According to the center, nearly half of all women have experienced psychological abuse. Explain why this specific type of abuse is more serious than physical or sexual assault. Other acts of violence can be carried out, and it can happen to anyone, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or economic status.
Moved on …..
She also stated that she had discovered a way to understand that she was an adult and that she needed to comprehend the decision she was making. Comb added, “I am really proud that I can say I feel the strongest I have ever felt and that I have found a way just walk through it with as much as I can.”
After this interview the new album lose you to love me was published and due to this Bieber’s wife started getting a lot of hate on social media by Selena fans.
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