Demi Lovato ha estado libre de drogas durante cuatro años

Demi Lovato has been drug free for four years

Demi Lovato has been drug free for four years

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Daniel Schmidton March 16, 2016 | 16:36


She did it: Demi Lovato announced on Twitter that she hadn’t touched drugs for four years. And that, although 2015 was not exactly easy for the singer. But he bravely passed the year.

Demi Lovato lost three close family members and two of her dogs in the past year. So it’s no wonder the 23-year-old is proud to have made it through this sad chapter of her life without relapse. She wrote on Twitter: “In the last year I have known so much life, but also too much death. But I got over it. Without drugs for four years ”. A wonderful achievement for the young woman who suffered so many blows from fate. On March 12, she had already hinted at how long she had been clean: “I can hardly believe four years have passed on Tuesday. Everything is possible, ”he tweeted.

In 2012, Demi Lovato had to be treated in a clinic for substance abuse and an eating disorder. Last May, he said in an interview with “HuffPost Live”: “I was struggling with bipolar disorder and didn’t know what was wrong with me. There was a chemical imbalance in his head because he wasn’t talking to anyone about it. I spoke of my inner feelings. The end of the story: He took medication and drugs on his own.

An absolute fighter

Fortunately, Demi Lovato was her partner Wilmer Valderrama, with whom she has been in a relationship since 2010, of constant support during this difficult time. But the hitmaker is also very well received by her fans, which is particularly evident in the responses to her tweets: “How proud! Thank you for inspiring us every day. We love you! Wrote a fan. Another tweeted: “Four years… I still remember when you tweeted for 9 months. I am so proud of you. Change is never easy, but it is always worth it. “

Despite tough times last year, Demi Lovato did not let down, but she fought bravely. It paid off in the end, certainly because of such wonderful support. Keep going!

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