Demi Lovato was embracing a "full disclosure" policy for years to treat emotional and physical in an institution at the end of last year. Instead of "deny, deny, deny" or reluctantly choosing not to discuss it, Lovato has embraced his shortcomings and accepted its status as role model for young girls. In fact, Lovato, 19, said that his treatment was so crucial that it is the reason she survived and is still alive today.
Lovato, who appear on the "Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Tuesday, referring to his life, pre-treatment as a "disorder" and that her public meltdown was actually a blessing in disguise. The breakdown was something of the " Skyscraper "singer is grateful for because it helped her put things in perspective and regroup.
"So many things went much in my life, and then suddenly my life came down all at breakneck speed," she admitted candidly (via People). "I had a negative down and it changed my life forever. " While having a breakdown in front of millions of his fans were not ideal or comfortable for the star, Lovato acknowledged that seeking treatment saved. She said: "But if I had not been in treatment. I do not know if one, I would even be sitting here today, [or] two, if I would be alive today. "
Therefore Lovato has adopted happily talk about his problems and his recovery, so that it can perhaps help other teenagers suffer the same problems. She wants to be the support system they achieve and the life jacket to which they cling. Leaving his post in January of treatment, she knew she wanted to be "straight talk" about his problems.