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July 17, 2012
In the latest issue of Self Magazine, the 19-year-old [DEMI LOVATO] opened up about something that cuts deep, and that’s literally cutting yourself.

"There were times I felt so anxious, almost like I was crawling out of my skin — that if I didn’t do something physical to match the way I felt inside, I would explode," she explained about her issues prior to entering a treatment center in late 2010. "I cut myself to take my mind off that. I just didn’t care what happened. I had no fear."


Aside from cutting, Demi has had bouts with an eating disorder and a bipolar disorder. In fact, in her documentary Stay Strong, the pop star divulged how all of those issues are still an everyday struggle, but it’s something she works at on a daily basis.
She says:

"You can choose to work toward happiness or not. I used to expect it to come to me, but it takes more than seeing a therapist once a week."

Via GlobalGrindBravo to Lovato! EVERYONE struggles no matter how many zero’s are in your bank account… struggle doesn’t discriminate! I salute her for speaking out. Hopefully it will encourage others to do the same. xo @RozOonTheGo 

In the latest issue of Self Magazine, the 19-year-old [DEMI LOVATO] opened up about something that cuts deep, and that’s literally cutting yourself.

"There were times I felt so anxious, almost like I was crawling out of my skin — that if I didn’t do something physical to match the way I felt inside, I would explode," she explained about her issues prior to entering a treatment center in late 2010. "I cut myself to take my mind off that. I just didn’t care what happened. I had no fear."

Aside from cutting, Demi has had bouts with an eating disorder and a bipolar disorder. In fact, in her documentary Stay Strongthe pop star divulged how all of those issues are still an everyday struggle, but it’s something she works at on a daily basis.

She says:

"You can choose to work toward happiness or not. I used to expect it to come to me, but it takes more than seeing a therapist once a week."

Via GlobalGrind

Bravo to Lovato! EVERYONE struggles no matter how many zero’s are in your bank account… struggle doesn’t discriminate! I salute her for speaking out. Hopefully it will encourage others to do the same. xo @RozOonTheGo 

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