Demi Lovato Shares Powerful Before-and-After Photo Documenting Eating Disorder Recovery

Posted October 21, 2017

An eating disorder isn't something you can overcome easily, so all that matters is that she continues to get the help and support she needs. "My first time doing coke, I was 17 working on Disney Channel, and I was with a couple of friends and they introduced me to it", Lovato explained. "And when I feel lonely my heart feels hungry and I end up binging".

In her documentary, Demi goes into detail about a recent eating disorder relapse that was triggered by her breakup with her long-term boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama, that happened in June a year ago. And I think they told on me for using Adderall.

Lovato is putting it all out there and being open with her fans about all of her hardships, including having bipolar disorder.

"This was attractive. I'm so happy for you".

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She admits to struggling after her breakup with Wilmer Valderrama, her boyfriend of almost six years.

"I think [my eating disorder is] something that I'll probably have to deal with for the rest of my life", Lovato told Glamour while promoting the documentary. "She had already boarded the plane, I just went up to her and it was like a blur". I met him on January 11 of 2010, and it was at a PSA shoot at his house for the 2010 census forms. "I'm very happy and proud of her".

"The food came first. When I was in a relationship with Wilmer, I went three years without purging". (Wilmer wasn't interested in first, she says.) But, after she turned 18, they started dating. "I've never loved anybody like I loved Wilmer and I still love him", Demi says. "But there are issues that I haven't conquered yet that I know I won't conquer if I'm relying on somebody else to take care of the loneliness".

It's like Demi tweeted in 2009: "No matter what we go through, and no matter where we are, nothing and no one can change our friendship". The next day I was in a lot of trouble, I remember going to Kevin Sr. and saying, "Listen, I want to thank whoever told on me because I know they were just anxious about me and I just want to know who told you".