Demi Lovato Joins Mental Health America At Annual Clifford W. Beers Award Dinner!


Demi Lovato is not only known for creating music and having an amazing voice but she is also known for her courage and bravery in standing up for mental illness and raising awareness. Recently, Demi joined Mental Health America (MHA) at the Annual Clifford W. Beers Award Dinner to communicate the importance of people telling their personal story and coming together as a unified voice for mental health in America.

Be sure to check out Demi talking about mental health by watching the video below from the dinner she attended.

Demi Lovato Heads To Washington DC To Speak About Mental Health Legislation

Demi Lovato helped tack a stand today as she came to Washington DC to help lobby Congress to pass a comprehensive mental health bill. The National Alliance on Mental Illness’s annual four-day convention in Washington began today and Demi made a wonderful and lasting impression during her speech. Demi spoke about the importance of mental health awareness, her personal struggles, and how important it is for Congress to help pass laws to help those who struggle.

Demi says, “Those of us here today know that mental illness has no prejudice. It affects people of every race, age, gender, religion and economic status. It doesn’t discriminate between Republicans or Democrats, either.” She went on to say that although she was “in no way shape or form” a policy expert, that “It’s time for Congress to act. This year.” She added, “I want to show the world that there is life — surprising, wonderful, unexpected life — after diagnosis.”

We think that its wonderful that Demi is standing up for what she believes in and is sharing awareness about mental health and the importance passing laws to help. Way to go, Demi! Perhaps a political career is in her future! Would you vote for Demi? We sure would!

Demi Lovato Debuts The Mental Health Listening And Engagement Tour!


We knew that singer Demi Lovato had gone through some tough times in her life. Luckily, Demi was able to get through those rough times to better herself as a person and become an amazing music artist. While she may be busy creating new music and putting on some outstanding performance for her Lovatics, Demi also has time for some charity work and helping make the world a better place.

One thing Demi has decided to do is advocate for mental health. Today, she shared a new video debuting her The Mental Health Listening & Engagement Tour. Along with the video, she wrote the following note:

#Mentalhealth matters to me, so I’m making moves to become a better mental health advocate”

Be sure to check out her new video by watching it below and let us know what you think by commenting!

Demi Lovato Tells Why She Opened Up In Access Hollywood Interview

Demi Lovato + Her Mother On 'Access Hollywood'Demi Lovato just recently did another interview where she discusses about why she opened up like she did to Access Hollywood for their interview with her. Find out what her motivations were to be so candid in the interview. She also gives some deets about her second book she is working on as well. Check that out below

Watch Part 2 Of Demi Lovato’s ‘Access Hollywood’ Tell-All: Cutting + The Threat That Sent Her To Rehab

Demi Lovato + Her Mother On 'Access Hollywood'

On Tuesday (December 10th), Access Hollywood aired the first part of Kit Hoover’s exclusive sit down interview with Demi Lovato and her mom, Dianna Hart De La Garza, in which the pair revealed some shocking realities about the extent and severity of Demi’s eating disorders and substance abuse issues in the past. Dianna also opened up about her own battles with an eating disorder and depression, and the shared road to recovery the two are on now.

In the second half of the interview, aired Wednesday (Dec. 11th), Demi spoke of what she called the most “taboo” of her problems, by society’s standards: cutting and self-harm. She and Dianna also revealed the emotional details of the intervention that finally got Demi to agree to treatment and it happened to involve a very real threat that Demi understood all too well: get better or she wouldn’t be allowed to see her younger sister Madison any more.

Watch the mother-daughter duo speak about all that and more in part 1 and part 2 of the second half of this exclusive interview on

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