Demi Lovato Supporting Eating Disorders Campaign

Demi Lovato Supporting Eating Disorders Campaign

It has been revealed that Demi Lovato has recently become a part of the National Eating Disorders Awareness week. This is a very good step taken by her, because there are many people who look up to her, for having come out of the worst conditions in life. She had been in rehabilitation centre for her own eating disorders. Her life had gone steeply downhill due to her eating disorders and self harming activities. This is when she decided to seek help and come back as a winner.

This event shall continue for three weeks and the aim of the same is to be able to bring forward stories of people who have been able to restructure their lives, after such eating disorders. It is also to make people, especially youngsters aware of the consequences they might tend to face due to peer pressure and the need to maintain a slim figure.

There is need for one and all to take note from this awareness. People need to understand how they can turn their lives from heaven to hell, by falling prey to these eating disorders. They also need to understand that it’s better to seek help in the initial stages, rather than wait till hitting rock bottom.

"I started overeating when I was about eight; I was a binge eater. I would bake a whole plate of cookies and eat them all. Then when I turned 12 I was bullied in school and they called me fat”, reveals Lovato. She further added that it was then that she stopped eating altogether and lost 30lb. Life seems to be pressurizing at times and people need to be able to deal with it, in order to remain healthy and happy.


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