Being treated for an eating disorder, drug use, and self harm appeared to help, as she promoted a new life of sobriety and acceptance. Lovato appears to be in a better place now, but admits she still struggles with her eating disorders. The first time she tried cocaine was while still working for Disney, "I loved it".
The singer has spoken openly about her previous bouts with bulimia but revealed in the documentary that she has had a relapse.
At one point Demi's assistant relates how at one concert alone, she had set up four possible suitors in the audience for Demi - when they start to try to figure out their names, it becomes clear that Demi has a lot, and I mean a lot, of suitors.
She said: 'When I was in a relationship with Wilmer I went three years without purging and when we broke up that's one of the first things I did. I went on a bender of like, two months, where I was using it daily.
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We love to see that Demi has found a way to keep her mind and body healthy. "Nobody knew." Other vignettes include performing hungover, with the singer recalling, "I was so drunk, I vomited in the back of the auto service on the way to the airport to perform on American Idol".
"This was lovely, I'm so happy for you". You always continue to [be] bold and real.
She celebrated her five-year anniversary of being sober this past spring. I wish more people were like you.
The full documentary premiered on YouTube earlier this week. Telling the world that I'm not the poster child for recovery.
Adding to the praise, a loyal supporter remarked: "You're so incredibly strong".