In honor of World Suicide Prevention Day, Demi Lovato uncovered her struggles with depression and suicidal thoughts. The singer shared an inspiring and motivational message on Thursday, September 10. Lovato has been open about her mental health issues for a long. Most importantly, after her fatal drug overdose in 2018, which almost took her life away. Lovato shared a message on her Instagram handle on World Suicide Prevention Day.
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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 admitted that she has dealt with depression and suicidal thoughts at a very young age. The Confident singer has always spoken out about mental health issues and keeps motivating her followers. In her message, she explained that it’s possible to see the light when you start working on yourself. The 28-year-old asked to consider her as living proof that you never have to give in to any such (suicidal) thoughts.
Besides, she released a song ‘OK Not to Be OK’ in collaboration with Marshmello. The track launched on World Suicide Prevention Day itself can act as an ‘anthem’ for anyone struggling. Lovato made it known that she’s here for anyone struggling.
The singer assured her followers that they could get through anything. She was furthermore adding that they aren’t alone and that she loves them. In a recent interview, she admitted that she wants to release music that speaks for others and not more for herself.
What’s Demi Lovato up to These Days
Meanwhile, Lovato has also taken up a partnership with a talk therapy platform called Talkspace. Demi’s recent engagement and romantic dates with fiancée Max Ehrich has been all over the news.
Besides, the singer recently splurged $7 million on a supposed farmhouse-inspired mansion in Los Angeles. The loved up couple met each other at the beginning of the coronavirus lockdown. Lovato disclosed that she felt blessed and knew she loved Max from the first night she met him.
Moreover, as the singer wants to talk about other stories in her music from now on, OK Not To Be OK acts as a touchstone. Nevertheless, Demi wants everyone to know and remember that she’s here for anyone struggling.