Demi Lovato has been very much vocal about her mental health issues. She has never shied away from voicing her struggle and opinions on this subject—no wonder she is vocal now. In her recent interview on mental health issues and depression, the singer talked aloud about these topics.
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Today is World Suicide Prevention Day. Since a young age I’ve dealt with suicidal thoughts and depression. I’ve been very vocal in raising the awareness of mental health because it is possible to see the light when you start the work on yourself. I’m living proof that you never have to give into those thoughts. I’ve had many days where I’ve struggled but please let this song be an anthem to anyone who needs it right now. You can get through whatever it is you’re going through.. I’m here for you always, you are not alone and I love you 💞 @hopefortheday is an incredible non profit that provides education and resources to better our mental health. @marshmellomusic and I are SO thankful to have their support and resources. My hope is that you’ll read these slides and share them with your friends and family. Take care of yourself, and listen to your loved ones. Remember, It’s Ok Not To Be Ok 🖤🦋 Visit oknottobeok.com to download and share these slides
Demi Lovato has now become the spokesperson for social development and mental health. Her sheer charisma and overall lookout towards these issues have been encouraging. Having herself suffered episodes of mental illness and overdose, the singer’s outlook towards life has changed. She is now busy preaching and spreading awareness around the world.
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Lovato is breaking her shackles with this very move of hers. She has been releasing new songs that revolve around this very theme. Her recent release with Marshmello, too, celebrates this very theme. Her recent interview also sheds light on her struggle with mental illness. The songstress went on to say that she has been battling with suicidal thoughts since her very childhood. She has struggled with all it for 21 years now. But she is glad to have overcome her demons.
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suicide prevention starts with a conversation we're not having with our mental health due to stigma. the first step to breaking that silence is dispelling stigmas of fear, judgement, and shame about our internal experiences. We achieve that by proclaiming it’s #OKNotToBeOK
— marshmello (@marshmellomusic) September 10, 2020
Demi’s new song with Marshmello called OK Not to Be OK, released on September 10. This song is like a haven for people who are struggling with mental illness. It is their refuge to go to when in an angry mood. This collab song is going to do great. We hope fans of the star end up getting the message she intends to send to them.
Demi’s outward perspective towards suicidal tendencies and mental illness have the effect she wants on her fans. I hope her being all open about these issues brings changes for the common good. For now, her fans are tuning in on the tune of her latest music release.