For me the most influencing musician is Demi Lovato. I personally am a great fan of her music and songs. But it is not only the song she sings that influences me, it’s the kind of person she is that is influencing. Not just mine but she has influenced many lives from the battle that she fought with herself and her disease. Demi Lovato, a teen sensation who was courageous enough to admit that she needs help at the peak point of her career. According to her, “To me, I don’t think it does anybody any good to just hide something or cover it up or lie or whatever. I think … that’s what being a role model is all about. It’s not about being perfect. It’s about speaking about your issues and inspiring others to get help.” Lovato got into treatment on October 30, 2010 while she was on a world tour with the Jonas Brothers.
She was born on August 20, 1992. She states that she never had a healthy relation with food since she was 8 due to bullying and from the age of 11 she had started mutilating herself to take out her emotions and depression.
She not just admitted that she needed help but she did not bother going into the skinny figure like most of the actors and singers do. She weighs 65 kgs now. She speaks for all of the teenagers going through this problem when she said, “I wish I could tell every young girl with an eating disorder, or who has harmed herself in any way, that she’s worthy of life and that her life has meaning. You can overcome and get through anything.”
She is the ambassador the anti bullying organization PACER. On March 2012 she released her MTV documentary special called “stay strong” showing her fans about her time in rehab and how she went back touring.
After her recovery in an interview to the ABC which aired on Good Morning America, she admitted she had bulimia and had to be treated for self harming and self medicating. She honestly told that she used to drink and do drugs like most of the teenager to numb her pain. She then...