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    • Demi Lovato Previews New Eating Disorder Documentary

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      For someone who is still only 19 years old, Demi Lovato has sure been through a lot. She has battled eating disorders and emotional highs and lows; doing so while under the bright and unforgiving lights of the paparazzi.  But we believe that Demi is no Lindsay Lohan who is unapologetic. Rather, Lovato has bravely faced these demons and has cooperated with a documentary for MTV that chronicles her struggle.

      “I’ve decided to tell my story because there are a lot of young teens, girls and boys, that are dealing with the same issues that I’ve been through,” Lovato told the “Today” show’s Ann Curry. “If I’m able to use my voice to do good in the world then I definitely want to do that.”

      How has Lovato dealt with her struggles? She credits her fans and their support and she found that the more she shared her fears with her fans, the less she had to fear.  Having her fans support her through websites, her twitter, email, and concerts means “everything to me,” said Lovato. “I don’t even have a word for it” she said, and then found one: “Amazing!”  MTV airs the documentary tonight (March 6th, 2012) and reruns will be shortly announced.
      At documentary-log.com, we think this is a very brave project for Lovato to undertake. It’s easy to forget that she is still a teenager and at an age where even the most self-assured have body and emotional issues. To candidly discuss these afflictions can only help millions of other teenagers like herself. Congratulations, Lovato.

       

       

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      Published on March 6, 2012 · Filed under: Documentary News