Camila Cabello is living the high life since her breakup. The Havana singer showed off her wild side as she partied with her pals in a hot tub for a girls’ getaway to Arizona. Cabello also stepped away from social media following her highly publicized breakup with Shawn Mendes.

Camila Cabello described her early twenties as very difficult. The singer celebrated her 25th birthday recently. Camila stated that she sought therapy and self-help methods in order to feel stable.

Camila has now reached a point in her life where she believes she has achieved balance and that her mental pain has subsided. Camila appeared for an interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1 about her next album Familia, which will be released on April 8. There she opened up about her mental pain as well.

Before this album, I feel like early 20s were so hard, literally so hard. I was just like, “What can I do? What therapist can I see?” Like, “What do I f****** do to just feel OK and feel stable? And I’m finally at a place where I feel like I’ve had experiences, I’m doing the therapy, I’ve put in a lot of work. And I’m really at a place where I’m like, “OK.”


She revealed that books, reading, podcasts, and ‘all of the self-help media is good for her too. She went on to say that she is at a point in her life where she doesn’t need everything to be perfect in order to enjoy it.

After two years together, the Cinderella star split from fellow singer Shawn Mendes in November. She stated that they have both been studying how to be healthy adults. Both started their jobs at an early age and learned that the secret to maintaining a healthy work-life balance is to not put work first.

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