When you find out that your biggest inspiration has even more in common with you then you first realized. And finding there are even more things they have to cope with, because they are famous.
I am proud to be a fan off Demi Lovato. She is an awesome person, who has a Bipolar disorder along with all her other problems and her personal history.
Being bullied has always been a big thing, but also a big taboo. You barely hear people acting against bullies. I’ve been bullied too and knowing that she could face all her insecurities makes me want to face mine. She is very successful and a very gifted person and this gives me hope for my own life, knowing that she can do it, makes me believe that I can face my fears and try to make my own dreams come true.
Dear Demi Lovato,
You will probably never read this, but I you are the most awesome person I know. My inspiration, my Idol. I will always be your fan. You make me who I am and want to be. You make me proud to be myself, just like you love yourself now.
You have every right to love yourself, because you are you, and no one can ever change that. You are who you want to be, and you can make your dreams come true by just believing in yourself as you do now.
Thank you, for all the inspiring and wonderful things you did and are going to do.
Stay Strong <3
Have you ever feel like you’re not good enough for anybody there? that you so in no confiance with yourself that you already know that anything you will do, it gonna be a failure ? maybe you don’t ..infact, it exactly what I think, im sure that you dont know what it is.. and you never know. every person pass by struggle.. but some people are just more lucky than other. I want to run away of all of this shit just let it go all of this deseas in back of me and starting a new life, a new beginning but, im not stupid, i no it impossible, but I can always dream it.
Not pretty enough, not skinny enough, not good enough, not smart enough, not talented enough, not popular enough, that what is on my mind, all day, every. single. day.
- Marya Hornbacher, Wasted: A Memoir of Anorexia and Bulimia (via quotesandlovelythings)