In a difficult time like is the one that lives daily in many countries by invasion of the coronavirus, Demi Lovato has something to say about the mixed feelings and mental health during the social isolation, cataloguing both of these topics as “important”.
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In a conversation with Jimmy Fallon from the comfort of your home, the star and the driver chose to speak about a topic that is a concern to many these days at home: mental health. “It is so important at this time,” said Demi.
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“We are alone with our thoughts at this time, some of us are alone in the house… in reality they are only them and their minds. Those voices in your head can become very strong. I call them roommates. The roommates in your head can be just as annoying as a real roommate,” added the singer, referring to what you may be thinking of a single person in these moments.
On how to calm our mind and thoughts, the singer of ‘I love me’ reveals that meditation helps a lot. “If you have a higher power in which you believe, such as playing with animals, anything you can do to continue to grow spiritually and emotionally while we are trapped in these houses,” he said.
It also revealed that he sees the positive side to this whole situation, after all. “We all have to use this as an experience and an opportunity to grow. Give small steps and do small things every day”, he added.
WHO IS DEMI LOVATO?
Demi Lovato is an american actress and pop singer american. Girl, she was on Barney along to Selena Gomez. In the year 2008 he released his first album ‘Don’t Forget’ and became world famous. Has won several awards, but no Grammy until now. You have 6 albums and dozens of hits. Suffered eating problems in adolescence, but already it’s beating.
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