losing control : Dancing with the Devil

losing control : Dancing with the Devil

“I crossed a line I’d never crossed in addiction.”

In part I of this fearless documentary series, Demi Lovato and her family and friends candidly open up for the first time about what led to her near-fatal overdose.

Resources:

The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) helpline
1-800-931-2237 (they also offer click-to-chat messaging)
www.nationaleatingdisorders.org

SAMHSA Hotline for individuals and family members facing mental health and/or substance use disorders
1-800-662-HELP (4357)
TTY: 1-800-487-4889

If you need immediate support, please reach out to your local crisis text line:
USA: Text HOME to 741741
UK: Text SHOUT to 85258
Canada: Text CONNECT to 686868 or 741741

Pre-order Demi Lovato’s new album ‘Dancing With The Devil… The Art Of Starting Over’ https://DemiLovato.lnk.to/DWTDTAOSOID

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44 Responses

  1. ՏᏆᎡᎬᏀᎪᎡ 91 says:

    Only people waiting for the premiere can like this

  2. Jessie Johnson says:

    Most people don’t come back from this…those laced drugs are terrifying…thank you for sharing Demi !! loved you so damn much!!!

  3. aurora says:

    Those costume sketches are truly heartbreaking and these kind of things are imposed to us in such a way that we have accepted them for years without noticing how toxic it is

  4. Mash Art says:

    Demi, you are so strong. The strength you gotta have to keep fighting after every fall Is ENORMOUS. As someone who deals with depression and mental health issues each and every day – I would like to personally thank you for exposing your personal struggle to so many people and raising awareness. I hope you feel proud of yourself, as you should, knowing you’re making this world better.

  5. Domniana Atencio says:

    I remember watching her performance on July 22 (my birthday) and just crying over “Sober”. Then two days later she overdosed and it broke my heart knowing that, that song was like a cry for help. I’m glad that two years later she is alive and is able to tell her story to millions of people❤️

  6. acnh kaylee says:

    I was one of the fans that called her out prior to her OD and I got a *lot* of hate for it, but I was doing it with concern and love. I’m so glad she’s alive, but I strongly feel she still needs to leave LA. This absolutely wrecked me to watch. The part where everyone laughs that she “forgot the words” … I wasn’t laughing then or now. I might call her out on her bullshit but it’s because I absolutely love her and want her to succeed because her kind soul deserves the best in life. She has been dealt a bad hand for sure.

    • Olivia Madison says:

      Tbh anyone can call her out on it .. but if she doesn’t see what she doing to herself .. might as well be ignore .. until herself wants help.. that’s what she getting is help .. no one can help her… that’s why she’s doing these documentaries.. she’s showing the world who she is .. and that she’s not afraid getting help

    • Andrea Smeelie says:

      I don’t like the fact that she pretended that she forgot the words to her song but I laugh a little because I do love the support she gets from everyone in the audience. It’s hard to explain.

  7. Ezra Murray says:

    I’m still not over “Okay be careful, I just wanted to tell you that” “I’m always careful :)) ” LIKE YES THATS IT THATS THE WAY IT GOES

  8. Kayla Hamilton says:

    I feel like when she sang the day before her overdose, she couldn’t sing the words “I promise I’ll get help”
    Because deep down she knew she wouldn’t.

  9. Grizz Hood says:

    *Who else has been literally waiting on this?*

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