Camila Cabello opens up about the struggle against the OCD and makes it a live, intimate; see also 28/05/2020


Camila Cabello has given a gift to the fans on Monday night, performing for the first in a series of live broadcasts, intimate settings, which shows the acoustic versions of their songs on the guitar. The singer has learned how to play the piano in a vault, with the lessons of her boyfriend by Shawn Mendes.

This is the first live-he brought in six songs: “Never Be the Same”, “Shameless”, “the Living Proof”, “Dream of You”, “Should”ve Said It,” and the hit song “Havana”. She was surprised to create “medleys”, in between a few of the songs, mixing rhythms and melodies.


At the same time, cuba signed up for the WSJ’s Magazine, opened up about her struggle against the psychological disorders, particularly obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). She contrasted their lives with the image that is going on in social media.

“Here’s the photos from last year’s show: I have tears in my car while I talk to my mom about the symptoms of OCD and anxiety that I was feeling, and my mother and I were in a hotel room by reading the books on the TOC, because I was desperate for some kind of relief; I will be experimenting with that it seemed to be in the constant grip of anxiety, which made it difficult for a lot of my day-to-day,” he wrote Kathy.

For a long time, according to her, she hid their problems from the public. “I don’t want that people thought that I was strong, capable, and confident people who believed in me, knew that I was weak,” he admitted.

“There was a little voice in my head telling me that if I told the truth about my mental health and my own internal battles (in other words, if I were to show them a human, people would think there was something wrong with me, that I was strong, that I did not know how to deal with those things,” he said.

Living with OCD

The details of her life with obsessive-compulsive disorder (ocd), it manifested itself in the form of ‘ ways of thinking and behaving unruly,” which meant that she felt as if her mind was nailing a piece of it.” Physically, she suffered from insomnia, headaches, and a persistent lump in her throat.

The former Fifth Harmony said that it had, with the help of cognitive behavioral therapy, meditation, and breathing exercises to ease your symptoms. “Today, I feel healthier and more connected to myself than I’ve ever been to,” she said.

We live in a culture that pursues perfection is impossible. Social media can make us feel as if we were to be perfect, since the whole world seems to be. Far from being a sign of weakness, and to recognise our own issues and problems and to move towards healing is a powerful