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Transcript of Demi Lovato
Demi Lovato shows many good characteristics in her every day life. She is strong. She survived to life threatening eating disorders and has stopped self harming. She is brave. She checked herself into rehab when she felt that her disease was snowballing, even though she was in the middle of filming a popular T.V show. She didn't worry about what people would say or think behind her back. And finally, she is compassionate. She is now part of several bullying campaigns, and believes that everyone should be confident in who they are.
Campaigning for Peace
Demi is currently the ambassador of Secret deodorant's "Mean Stinks" anti bullying campaign. She is not shy about her dedication to the cause. Demi is dedicated to trying to stop anyone from going through what she went through.
Strength and Bravery
As I have already stated, Demi Lovato survived two life threatening illnesses and not only checked herself into rehab, but in the middle of shooting a T.V show! She not only knew she needed help but she went out and got it before her condition worsened. If this doesn't show strength and bravery, I don't know what does.
In conclusion, Demi Lovato has many character traits that i look up to. She is strong, brave and compassionate and certainly many other good things. Not to mention she is an amazing singer!
Demi Lovato is an amazing singer and actress, but what many people don't know is that she suffered from two eating disorders, anorexia and bulimia, and she also self harmed. She was bullied as a kid and had very low self esteem. Demi is slowly but surely recovering from these illnesses, and is campaigning for the end of bullying.
By Kayla Lohman