Demi Lovato talks about the acceptance of the body, and an overdose in an interview with Entertainment

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Demi Lovato explained the reasons that contributed to it, according to her, in order to have a break in 2018. During an interview with the model, Ashley Graham, last Tuesday (the 18th), he or she talked about everything that has happened in the last year.

The singer said that she had problems with accepting their own bodies, when the episode happened. To make you feel better, malhava to six times a week. Today, the company believes that it is the way of life in the time it was not a healthy one.

Demi told us she was trying to appear to be as well. To this end, he published the photos that you publish on the web. “I don’t think that [o estilo de vida] it has been the cause of everything that has happened in the past year. I used to think that I had been healed when I didn’t have,” he said. After the incident, Lovato has gone away from social networks until November of the same year.

Check out the full interview in English below:

Demi, who recently launched the music of Anyone, it talks about a drug overdose, has said that there will be more to worry about with a look at the follow-up album that might be released during the first half of the 2020s, according to the website TMZ. “Someone needs to position itself for the people who don’t fit into the larger pattern if you feel better. I used to go six times a week in the gym to maintain that image. I do not want to eat away at my sanity, to look like someone I’m not,” he said.

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The artist is usually to treat the acceptance of a body with frequency. By the end of 2019 at the latest, for example, Demi told Teen Vogue that it is not always like in your body. Through social media, Lovato also has already told them how you feel. “I’m tired of being ashamed of me,” he said at the time.

Review of the publication, in the English language, as below:

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