Demi Lovato recently celebrated her three years of sobriety. The 22-year-old actress took to social media to thank her family and friends who helped her through her journey. She had special words for her boyfriend Wilmer Valderrama. She wrote in her Instagram post that she has no words for “how grateful” she is to him. Demi posted an adorable picture of herself with Wilmer where she can be seen kissing him.
In the caption she wrote, “He's loved me the way I never thought I deserved to be loved and with this day marking my 3rd year sober... After sharing my ups, putting up with my downs and supporting my recovery. I really wouldn't be alive today without him,” she wrote.
Demi also added that Wilmer completes her and her love for him can’t be expressed. Demi has been dating Wilmer since 2010. She has been in on and off relationship with him. Demi also took to Twitter to pay her gratitude to her friends. She even wrote in one her tweets that she did not know “sobriety” was possible for her.
I'm still catching up to texts and congrats tweets... Thank everyone who has supported my journey. I never knew sobriety was possible for me
— Demi Lovato (@ddlovato) March 16, 2015
Demi has reportedly undergone various ups and downs in life. As a kid she had developed an eating disorder. She had revealed on “20/20” that she was “overeating” when she was eight years old, reported US Weekly. She had also admitted in the past that she was “bipolar.” She had revealed in her interview to People that she found out about her disorder when she was undergoing treatment for anorexia and bulimia. She has also reportedly fought with depression for many years.
However, in her interview she had added that she is in “control” of her life now. Demi has also taken to social media many times to share the positive changes in her life. She has posted various pictures from her work-out routine. In one of her recently posted photos she can be training on a machine in a gym. She captioned the picture “Don't train to be skinny, train to be a #badass.”
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