Demi Lovato, Singer, Actress And Eating Disorder Survivor Graces The Cover Of Seventeen Magazine

Demi Lovato
Demi Lovato on the February issue of Seventeen magazine.

Demil Lovato’s troubles with depression, eating disorders and
cutting, ultimately landing her in rehabilitation last year. The Disney singer
and actress took the leap into recovery and come out a strong eating disorder prevention advocate for
recovery. Today, I don’t know anyone who isn’t a
fan of Demi Lovato! Her authenticity is inspiring and magnetic! She was just
named, Favorite Pop Artist at the 2012 People’s Choice Awards. In February 2012 she
is due to appear on the cover of Seventeen magazine. Lovato gave the magazine
an exclusive interview talking about her dark walk with mental illness. Here is
an excerpt of her interview with Seventeen:

“Although I have been on the cover
before, I feel like this time it is even more special to me because I am more
confident and comfortable in my own skin.  I can now be honest in
interviews and show my true self to the readers. This cover is like a fresh start
for me. It’s a presentation of who I am right now and how I’m working on myself
and continue to grow as a person.”

I think I can speak on behalf of
everyone in eating disorder recovery when I say that we are so proud of Demi
Lovato and the woman she has become and is still becoming. Thank goodness for
recovery!

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