Selena Gomez 'in a Good Place' Amid Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin's Second Wedding
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The 'Wizards of Waverly Place' alum has no regret about breaking up with the 'Baby' hitmaker as she 'knows she's better off without Justin, and that it's the healthiest decision for her.'

AceShowbiz - Selena Gomez is doing just fine as her famous ex Justin Bieber threw a second wedding with his wife Hailey Baldwin. A source tells Us Weekly that the 27-year-old singer/actress "is in a good place" and has been surrounded by her family and friends who keep the positive energy around her.

"She has been hanging out with old friends and family and keeping herself out of the limelight and away from public places where she might feel bombarded or overwhelmed," the source says of the "Fetish" singer, who was battling depression and anxiety last year.

"Selena has an amazing support system and couldn’t be more grateful," the so-called insider dishes on Selena's current well-being. "All of these things have helped drastically reduce her anxiety and have been huge proponents in her healing process."

Seeing Justin now happily married to another woman, Selena apparently has no regret about ending her highly-publicized romance with the Canadian pop star. According to the source, "Selena knows she's better off without Justin, and that it's the healthiest decision for her."

As for the possibility of dating a new man, the source says it's not Selena's priority right now. "She is open to dating, but right now she is solely focused on herself and enjoying life to the best of her ability, and getting back to being the Selena that she and all of her close ones knew prior to dating Justin," the source says of the former Disney darling.

Selena has been laying low since she completed mental health treatment programs in 2018. She opened up about her journey to finding happiness again when accepting the 2019 McLean Award at the hospital's annual dinner earlier in September.

"Last year, I was suffering mentally and emotionally and I wasn't able to stay all kept up and together," she said in her speech. "I wasn't able to keep a smile or to keep things looking normal. It felt like all of my pain and my anxiety washed over me all at once and it was one of the scariest moments of my life."

She admitted to feeling both "terrified and relieved" when getting diagnosis about her mental health issues, but praised "the greatest doctors and psychiatrists and amazing people" who helped "guide me personally through my journey."

"Although this does not mean that it has all gone away, I can say that after a year of a lot of intense work, that I am happier, I am healthier, and I'm in control of my emotions and thoughts more than I've ever been," she added, "So I'm very happy about that."

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