27 Replies to “Startling Confessions From Demi Lovato’s Documentary”

  1. So basically she claims she's a bipolar bisexual victim of bullying with an eating disorder, substance abuse and daddy issues. She played every card there is, it just seems phony and screams "I'm a victim, praise me". Bashing on Taylor Swift and her "squad" for having bodies she couldnt have and that incident with a fan drawing her lol. Literally everytime she tries to take on some social issue she just makes an idiot out of herself. A "feminist" who tears down other women, a body positivity spokesperson who thinks slim bodies are not "real bodies" and a "confident" woman whose anger comes from her own insecurities. Nothing inspiring here, bye.

  2. I never cared for her….until now! I respect the open-ness and honesty. You ever dance with the devil in the pale moon light? Heeeere's Johnny! Hasta la vista, baby. Its morphin time

  3. Her documentary made me cry. ๐Ÿ’” I was obsessed with death when I was younger too and have depression/anxiety and man she is truly an inspiration to me. Forever grateful for her and her music ๐Ÿ’œ

  4. Everyone saying she "shouldn't complain about her life" or that her trying to kill herself and then being afraid she was dying from OD is bullshit, clearly doesn't have depression or know how it works. Depression doesn't care if you're rich and famous and successful and able to have everything you could want. Depression makes you miserable and hate yourself, and no amount of money will change that. Depression makes you want to die, and might even make you try to kill yourself, but it doesn't mean you truly, deep down inside, want to die. It makes you give in in a moment of weakness, and all you want is to not be alive anymore and not feel that pain, even though later on you think back and know you truly didn't want to die. It's also different when you do it purposely, and when it's something out of your control. She didn't try to OD, she didn't have the moment of weakness where she was actively trying to kill herself at that point, so of course it was scary. I know, because I've been through the same sort of thing. I've tried to kill myself, and actively wanted to die more often than not, but I had an ex who tried to murder me, so it was out of my control so of course I was scared of dying then.

    Unless you have depression, you'll never truly understand how people like us feel and think. It's a mental illness that we have no control over, and makes us do stupid things. It's not something we can just change or "get over", and it doesn't make us bad people or weak or pathetic.

    To those complaining she's a bad role model, fuck off. She's proof that depression can affect anyone, and proof that money doesn't suddenly make it all go away. Just because others have it worse, doesn't mean she doesn't get to feel bad and hate herself/life, her illness makes her think that way. I love that's she so open about it all, because it shows that people like me can get better and actually be successful in life. She's stopped letting her illnesses hold her back, and I think she's a great role model for it.

  5. I think this just makes her all the more interesting. I like that she's being real about it & pretty honest despite her pressures. as for the girl she punched…snitches get stitches. ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

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