honesty. Demi Lovato Previously outspoken about their 2018 overdose sobriety journey, now they’re upfront about staying sober.
“I no longer support my ‘sober California’ ways,” Lovato, 29, commented on an Instagram Story post on Thursday, December 2. “
The unidentified The star previously admitted that they didn’t cut out marijuana or alcohol completely after overdosing and instead found a “balance.”
“I called [my recovery case manager, Charles Cook] And he was like, ‘Something’s not right. Lovato revealed during an interview in March with joyHe explained that an “all or nothing” sobriety approach would not work for them. At the time, the “confident” singer told Cook that they wanted to “experience this balance in the quintessential aspect of my life.”
“A one-size-fits-all solution doesn’t fit all,” the “alone” singer told outlets. “Any path that is suitable for someone else does not mean that it is an effective, meaningful, and safe path for you. … What I encourage people to do is just make choices for themselves. Independence, for me, is what changed my life.”
The Disney Channel alum’s comments quickly made headlines afterwards Lala Kent – who recently celebrated her third year in hygiene – admitted she doesn’t agree with Lovato’s “sober in California” perspective.
“I don’t like being judged, but I actually think that’s a super offensive,” give founder Them Lala, 31, said during an appearance on the “Behind The Velvet Rope with David Yontef” podcast in July. “There are people who work outside so that they never get themselves out of reality and never put themselves in an altered state. So to say that you are, like ‘California sober’ or that kind of sober is very offensive. I’ve been in rooms with men and women who have given up It’s all just to not pick them up. You’re not alert if you drink or smoke weed. You’re not alert.”
us weekly It was previously confirmed in July 2018 that a Grammy nominee was hospitalized after an overdose one month after it was confirmed he had relapsed, breaking six years of sobriety.
“I had three strokes. I had a heart attack,” the former child star revealed on Dancing with the devil The documentary, which premiered in February. “My doctors said I have another 5-10 minutes. I’ve lived a lot of lives, like my cat. You know, I’m in my ninth life. I’m ready to get back to doing what I love, which is making music.”
In the aftermath of the accident, a Sony with a chance I opened the alum for an overdose.
“I had brain damage, and I’m still dealing with the aftermath of that day,” Lovato explained during a February Television Critics Association panel discussion. “I don’t drive a car because I have blind spots in my eyes. I also had trouble reading for a long time. My vision was so blurry. … You know I’ve dealt with a lot of repercussions and I feel they are still there to remind me of what could happen if I got into dark place at any time.”
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