Demi Lovato Bares Struggles With Mental Health in Real Photo

Singer Demi Lovato reminds us that even heroes have bad days!

The “Stone Cold” hitmaker has been an open book on his mental health struggles and journey to sobriety. Not only does she share her experiences, but she also supports others who are going through similar challenges.

The singer honestly showed the not-so-bright side of her life by celebrating Mental Health Month.

Demi Lovato Bares Struggles With Mental Health in Real Photo

The Grammy nominee revealed his 153 million followers Instagram a vulnerable moment in her life as she shares advice. The photo she posted shows her casually dressed in a black sweater as she lies on her bed.

Demi Lovato Shares Candid Photo About Struggling With Mental Health

With her hand resting under her chin, the close-up shot captured the singer’s makeup-free face. However, in the picture, traces of tears were visible in her eyes, smearing the mascara on her face.

In the caption of the recording, Lovato honestly told her fans that this moment is not the best. She wrote: “Not every day is good and that’s okay. #mentalhealthawarenessmonth.”

While the singer-songwriter has undoubtedly had her share of sick days, she makes sure to make the most of her happy days. And part of that is creating a new album, which you talked about last month.

On her ninth album, the “Warrior” singer expressed her peaceful feelings and hinted that her state of mind could be reflected in her musical body. He said: “I am in the perfect place. I am so happy. I don’t know what I’m going to write about on my next album. It feels great, but I don’t know what I’m going to do.”

No holds barred, the award-winning singer told fans that a future project could include romantic songs with serious themes. He said: “A bunch of sappy love songs – that’s for sure.

In the interview, the “Glee” actress talked about the specifics of her previous album “Holy Fvck” and noted that it was a return to basics. He explained: “I wanted to get back to my roots; Whether you’re going through depression or having fun with your friends, this music has so much emotion. I think this generation is hungry for it.”

Before the interview ended, the “Barney & Friends” child actor highlighted the appealing aspects of the musical genre instead of its famously dark sound and themes.

Demi Lovato at the iHeartRadio z100 Jingle Ball 2022

Lovato explained that emo music was filled with different emotions. “Whether it’s anxiety, love or sadness, I’ve always made music to inspire others while doing what I love.”

The “Heart Attack” singer is working on a new documentary

As part of a more honest approach to dealing with mental health struggles, the “Camp Rock” actress will soon make her directorial debut with a new documentary that tells the stories of child stars and how they faced the spotlight..

Lovato announced the upcoming show on Instagram. The post was a screenshot of a news site’s headline: “Demi Lovato Makes Directorial Debut With ‘Child Star’ Documentary on Hulu.

The post was accompanied by a caption in which Lovato noted that she was looking forward to the project. She wrote: “So excited about this!! I look forward to sharing some powerful stories.”

The upcoming work will “break down the highs and lows of growing up in the spotlight through the lens of some of the world’s most famous former child stars.” In addition to Lovato, the show will also feature other stars whose names have not yet been released.

All of the featured stars would document their telltale signs: “fame, fortune and power influence their future.” Each star recounts their experiences in the spotlight in one-on-one interviews led by the “Heart Attack” singer, using recordings and archival material.

Demi Lovato at the Elton John AIDS Foundation's 30th Annual Academy

Lovato also revealed how important and appropriate the project was for her. She stated that the production was perfect for her debut as it was “close to home” and “highlights important messages about growing up”.

In addition, he drew attention to the fact that the production will show viewers how the child stars learned to defend their boundaries and how they become advocates of their destiny. The 30-year-old said: “I am humbled to learn from individuals who have lived the unique experience of child stardom and to share their stories in our film.”

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