Selena Gomez says she's 'stepped back a bit' after her kidney transplant

Selena Gomez is living life with a positive attitude.

The 25-year-old singer and actress was a guest on "Good Morning America" on Friday, promoting her latest animated film, "Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation," with co-star Andy Samberg. During the interview, Gomez opened up about some of the changes she's made to her lifestyle after undergoing a kidney transplant last fall.

"Honestly I've just kind of stepped back a bit," Gomez, who revealed in October 2015 that she had been diagnosed with lupus, said. "I'm enjoying my life."

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"I don't really think about anything that causes me stress anymore, which is really nice" she added. "I don't even live in Los Angeles anymore. I don't pay attention to trying to get people to like me as much."

In "Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation," in theaters July 13, Gomez voices Count Dracula's daughter, Mavis, who is trying to help her single dad (Adam Sandler) find a love connection.

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Gomez told ET at a recent press junket for the film that she used to be very protective of her real-life parents' dating lives. Her parents, Mandy Teefey and Ricardo Joel Gomez, were both in their teens when she was born, and divorced when she was just five years old.

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"I like to say [that I have] decent discernment," the "Wolves" singer said of her dating intuition. "But I come from a separated family, so I used to get very protected over my parents when they would date."