Demi Lovato Honoring His Dad

As for many years young stars are making an effort to make a difference in this world by contributing in different fields like donations or charity work.

Demi Lovato has been blunt about her fights with mental illness for years and now like she is advancing her support by joining with Regular Hero to increase money for her Lovato Treatment Scholarship Program. During recent events, it has seen that the 22-year old Demi who has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder tells everyone exclusively.

Demi Lovato Honoring His Dad

“Mental illness can affect anyone, and although help is available, it often goes untreated.

This holiday season, I’m so excited to raise awareness to a cause that is close to my heart by inspiring others to seek the help that they need and encouraging folks to give back to those who can’t afford treatment.”

The singer, who agonizes from bipolar disorder, lost her father in 2013. He also writhed from a mental disease and she is now uniting with organizers at Regular Hero to raise money for her Lovato Treatment Scholarship Program, this is a huge step to make this treatment program to a next level.

Lovato originated the scholarship program after the death of her father, who she was alienated from.

According to an issued statement and also on a video, she commented.

“That program came about when I lost my birth father. He suffered from mental illness. I believe that it was actually bipolar-schizophrenic, and he didn’t have the resources that he needed to get help.”

‘In honor of my dad and other people that couldn’t afford mental healthcare, I wanted to create a way for people to help others get the help that they need.

In a video posted to her Facebook page, Lovato tells fans she decided to found the scholarship organization for her father, Patrick, who died in 2013.

Lovato told:

“That program came about when I lost my birth father. He suffered from mental illness. I believe that it was actually bipolar-schizophrenic, and he didn’t have the resources that he needed to get help.

In honor of my dad and other people that couldn’t afford mental healthcare, I wanted to create a way for people to help others get the help that they need” who hopes the organization will also start talks and tackle stigmas related with mental illness.

Lovato planned T-shirts for her “Hope Dealer” campaign, and 100-percent of the profits go to the Lovato Treatment Scholarship Program, which increases money for mental healthcare. The singer lines a slew of celebrities to become a part of it, counting Miley Cyrus, Alicia Keys and Ian Somerhalder. These celebrities not only contributing but also have taken to Facebook to share social causes close to their hearts.

Lovato first started the treatment in 2010, before skimpy her fight with mental illness, an eating disorder, self-harm and drug use. This was the major concern for the family.

As for the body image demons she’s dealt with, Lovato said “For me, loving and compliant my flaws being comfortable in my own skin also makes me feel beautiful.”

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Greg Helms

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