“We live in a world where billions are spent on physical health and appearance. But yet, mental health and well-being, which are the most important factors that keep all of us moving forward and something that should be given the same level of care and attention as physical health, get ignored and pushed to the side time to time again. I know we would love to look in the mirror and love to see what we see. Sometimes I struggle on a daily basis to see that, but I know that when I look inside my mind, I know that I am happy with where I am at and that’s the most important thing. We need to remember that is so much more important to take care of our mind and our mental health rather than our physical health.”
Demi Lovato accepting the Artistic Award of Courage onstage during UCLA Semel Institute’s ‘Open Mind Gala’.
a guy there’s a way to rebel that can work for you. But for a woman, that can backfire. It’s hard not to be a cliché, the
child star gone wrong. I did respect my fans and what I had, but I was
also figuring out what I was passionate about and how far I was willing
“I get mad. I get sad. I have all those emotions. But I just like to keep them to myself. I don’t think my fans need to be bothered with if i’m mad or sad about something. I should just be concerned that they are keeping up with my music or i’m making them happy with my show”.