“I got kind of depressed looking at these people who look beautiful and amazing,” said Selena Gomez in an episode of Coach’s podcast “Dream It Real.”

Gomez previously talked about her depressive tendencies over her social media usage. In a press conference at the Cannes Film Festival on May 15, she had once again brought up the evils of social media, going as far as calling it “terrible.”

“I think our world is going through a lot, obviously. But for my generation, specifically, social media has been terrible,” Gomez said in the press conference. “It can be great in moments, but I would just be careful and allow yourself some time limits when you should use it and when not,” she added.

The award-winning star, who commands the third-largest Instagram following in the world, actually admitted that she’s “scared” for her followers and is extra conscious not to put unnecessary pressure on her fans. This is reminiscent of her experience of being cyberbullied after having taken to Instagram to post a photo of herself in a bikini.

The 26-year-old singer and actress cautioned everyone to take frequent breaks and to realize and understand that “it’s very unrealistic in a lot of ways.” Realizing the importance of proper social media usage, she uses her following for creating platforms for people to be heard.

On May 18, the “Good For You” hitmaker posted a photo that contains the text: “Stop telling women what to do with their bodies.” This was in response to the anti-abortion laws passed in Alabama and some other southern states.

“It’s no one’s business what a woman chooses to do with her body,” captioned Gomez. “If you want to help fight this, click on the link in my bio to find out how you can volunteer or make a donation.”

The “Dead Don’t Die” star urged her fans to take a stand against the issue, further pushing for the advocacies she believes in. The use of her Instagram to follow through on this proves her point in the press conference for her movie “Dead Don’t Die,” wherein she said that she’s “grateful for a platform” and that she’s very “intentional” with her posts.

Selena Gomez Selena Gomez speaks onstage at WE Day California at The Forum on April 25, 2019 in Inglewood, California. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images