Demi Lovato, “stay strong” speaks out about Anti-bullying and what she went through.http://www.mtv.com/shows/demi_lovato_stay_strong/series.jht Demi Lovato openly shares to the public her adverse moments in her life in order to help others. Demi Lovato an actress, and singer-songwriter admits to being open about her battle with eating issues and depression, something other young starlets may have kept hidden. Currently Demi Lovato is traveling the country on a 10-city tour to promote her new album “Unbroken” while being in the judges’ chair next to Britney Spears on “The X-Factor” . When asked by a reporter why disclose your problems to the public, Demi Lovata replied, “That’s what being a role model is about,” Lovato, 19, said on ” Good Morning America,” before a live performance in New York’s Central Park. “It’s not about being perfect. It’s about speaking about your issues and inspiring others to get help.” The former Disney Channel star stunned fans and the entertainment community when she cut short her tour with the Jonas Brothers to enter treatment in November 2010. During three months of in-patient treatment away from Hollywood, Lovato was diagnosed with bipolar disorder; a diagnosis she says was actually a relief. “I would stay up until like five in the morning just playing guitar and my parents would wake up for work and they’d be like, ‘What are you doing?,'” she said. “And finally when I got diagnosed I was like, ‘Oh, cool, I’m not crazy, it’s something. It’s a disease.'” In The Athletic Mindset, we teach as one of our success tools to be in tune with your emotions at all times. Our tool the Awareness Ladder helps our readers to identify where their emotions are on the ladder. We encourage you to just keep climbing to the top of the ladder even during troubled times, and adversity. Once at the top of the ladder, you will find joy, love, and gratitude. Even famous actresses like Demi Lovato fall off the ladder, but like her, you can quickly recover and achieve great things. All you have to do is look up, and keep climbing. Demi Lovato admitted openly her problems, which is also a great part of The Athletic Mindset as you must be aware at all time of where you are in your life. Also be willing to seek help from others when needed. Everyone needs help in their lives. Demi Lovato identified the need for help, and was able to quickly recover from adversity. Demi’s willingness to openly speak about her adversity in her life will INDEED hopefully inspire others to seek help when needed like the contestant who “stayed strong” even after being bullied, found the strength to try out for X-factor Others also come forward like the performance of another contestant on X-factor who also wears the same Stay Strong tattoo. http://www.thefrauddog.com/x-factor-bullied-contestant Great role models, always want to help others, and part of being a great role model is also admitting those things you also had to improve on. Athletic Mindset teaches us that there is an amazing role model in all of us. Stay Strong says Linda Webb, and Randy Friedman of The Athletic Mindset.
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