Demi Lovato is Sober and she’s back to life.

Demi Lovato has completely changed her life after the tragic event that happened to her earlier this summer.

The 26-year-old singer was rushed to the Los Angeles hospital on 24th July and subsequently suffered severe complications from her reported ‘life-threatening’ drug overdose. Ever since her discharge from the hospital she has been in the rehab. She completed 90 days in the rehab and reportedly those 90 days has ‘truly changed her life.’

We all must have heard of some or the other star facing complications on the grounds of drugs and on its usage, but the thing about Demi which struck the most was that she never was a drug addict and was sober. Insiders know the best what made Demi do so much of drugs that almost took her life.

Demi Lovato Sober

Demi has been out of the rehab looking fresh and intending to take a new start but only time will tell us the true story. She ‘apparently’ has hired a ‘SOBER COACH’ and a complete support system. But I feel that only Demi can change herself. Sober Coach might give her the direction but its only her who can change herself.

As a fan of Demi Lovato and her music has literally crossed chartbusters and made many records and as one human helping another, I feel Demi can be totally healed with just three things.

Get out of the YOU zone: Demi Lovato Sober.

Demi Lovato sober

For all the sober coach, she is keeping Demi away from the social circle but I question her, why? Let Demi be Demi and not shape her into something else which she cannot be. Being with kids, getting out shopping, long drives, walking down lanes (prolly disguised) would heal her way quickly than closing the doors to the social world. Reverse psychology works and works the best.

” If the people let you down then the people will only rise you up.”

Demi was fond of being socially active then why not now? Reply to fans on social media, engage with them and I’m 100% sure that Lovatics (Demi Lovato fans) would absolutely ooze out positivity which will make her feel better.

Pen down your struggle:

Demi Lovato sober

Being a singer, she damn knows how to pen down emotions and how to make tons of money with it. After an engaging video-game session with one of her family members or friends, or after a long drive Demi can write a para for what she felt in the rehab which will motivate her to be what she was prior to the overdose attack. Just imagine the fact that you climb a mountain peak and then at the top to just sit alone and express yourself, what more do you want!!!

Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and in purity: Timothy 4:12

Demi Lovato sober

One thing which sets us apart is our believe in God. I strongly preach the fact that If you have the right faith in god then he never does wrong to you. He will ensure the fact that his son shall face the heat of the flames of the fire but not fire.

He is there with you, within you and wanting you.

Accept what comes in life and be positive towards forthcoming events.

It might be a bit unconventional for many of you to accept the fact that ‘Why this?’ but I like Demi’s music and love the way she is.

I hope you had a good time reading this article and do subscribe if you haven’t and ensure the fact that this article reaches to Demi so share this article across different social media platforms. I appreciate your time.

Also, A very happy Diwali guys! Stay Blessed.

 

Piyush Choudhary

I see people hide their emotions and shut them down. Why on earth do you do that? If such is the case then stop breathing... I mean I don't mean that thing seriously but all I want to say is "Express Yourself!"

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      1. Yes! He gets you through it, and addiction, like so many other things, needs a lot of prayer and God’s strength to overcome.

        1. And the right spirit and you’re on the right track. You just require stability and some patience and you’ll be roaring in sometime.

          1. Patience is key, indeed. Patience is a virtue and as the saying goes, all good things come to those who wait. 🙂 It’s hard, but then, no one said, it wouldn’t be.

  1. Patience is key, indeed. Patience is a virtue and as the saying goes, all good things come to those who wait. 🙂 It’s hard, but then, no one said, it wouldn’t be.

    1. Absolutely there. Life tastes sweet when things don’t come that easy. Patience is the catalyst which makes life sweet.

          1. I’m great Ana! I hope you and your fam’s doing great! XOXO

          2. That’s great Piyush – so glad! Thank you, we’re doing well. 😊🙏🏽

  2. I had heard a lot about Demi Lovato & also liked her “sober” ( a song)
    But it’s for the first I’m knowing that she herself is a sober .

    Recovery is something that you have to work on every single day and it’s something that it doesn’t get a day off.
    —- one of Demi’s quotes , I had written down on my textbook along with my lecture notes.

    Piyush brother , nice post , penned well, liked it , Keep sharing

    Good night

    1. If you look at Demi’s life she never did that drugs or never was addicted to it. But it was recent that she got wayy to much into it and apparently paid the price for it. She was in hospital and then in the rehab and now she’s free. I feel for Demi so penned it down. Although I’m not a Lovatic but she seems nice.

      1. I want to stand up completely with your opinion .
        Keep sharing ( this kind of valuable posts with great of significant notes )

  3. Loved the way you linked the thoughts to the singer’s trauma. Trust, patience and love

    1. Being following her since a long time and she was a sober human and idk what struck her so much to do so much of drugs. A post in trying to support Demi. Thank you for stopping by Shantanu!

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