On Friday, October 26, Demi Lovato's mother, Dianna De La Garza, was invited to the Sirius XM program by Maria Menounos. While on the show, La Garza shared that Demi Lovato has been sober for 90 days. This is an important milestone in the sobriety of the singer, and one that her family, friends and fans can celebrate together with her. Addiction is a continuous battle, but each step forward is one in the right direction, and it is clear that your mother is very proud of the progress she is making.
As reported by PeopleLa Garza said to Menounos,
"Yes, she has 90 days and I could not be more grateful or more proud of her because addiction is a disease, it's a job, it's very difficult, it's not easy and there are no shortcuts."
Lovato was hospitalized after an apparent overdose on July 24, according to the TMZ report. At that time, the representatives of Lovato issued a statement to Bustle: "Demi is awake and with her family she wants to express her gratitude to everyone for the love, prayers and support." Part of the information reported is incorrect and respectfully They ask for privacy and not speculation, since their health and recovery is the most important thing at this moment. "
Shortly after, the singer "Sober" went into rehabilitation. On August 5, Lovato released a statement via Instagram addressing her fans. Part of his statement said:
"Now I need time to recover and focus on my sobriety and on my path to recovery, the love that everyone has shown me will never be forgotten and I look forward to the day when I can say that I came from the other side.
Now it seems that Lovato continues his struggle with the support of his family. La Garza not only has spoken to give an update on his daughter, Lovato's little sister, Madison de la Garza, has also shared updates.
On August 20, Madison celebrated her older sister's birthday by expressing her gratitude to the doctors who helped save Lovato's life. The 16-year-old boy wrote on Instagram.
"Today could have been one of the worst days of my life, but instead, I pass it by thanking God, the incredible doctors, the Demi team and everyone around the world who offered their support. , I would not do it". I already have my older sister "
Earlier this month, Madison opened more information about her sister's recovery during an episode of Millennial Hollywood with Dakota T. Jones. According to E! News, the Subject 16 the actor said: "She is working very hard on her sobriety and we are all incredibly proud of her, it has been crazy for our family.
Despite how much they are going through, Madison and her mother seem to agree that their family has only been strengthened. Madison explained,
"We've been through a lot of things together, and each time, I mean that if you read my mother's book, you would know, every time we went through something, we always left the other side a hundred times stronger than before. very grateful for everything, for the small things. "
Lovato still has a long way to go, but achieving 90 days of sobriety is a great time for her and her family. The words of her mother and sister make it clear that the singer has a support system with her as she continues her struggle.
If you or someone you know is seeking help for substance use, call the SAMHSA national helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357).