Demi Lovato's Friends Allegedly Beg Her Not To Date For A Year

Demi Lovato's Friends Allegedly Beg Her Not To Date For A Year
Credit: Source: People

The people closest to Demi Lovato just want to see her win. After breaking up with her toxic beau Henri Levy, the singer's friends allegedly don't want her to date for a year.

Radar Online reports that Demi's loved ones want her to continue focusing on herself so she doesn't fall back into her dangerous habits.

"Everyone’s biggest fear is seeing Demi go off the rails again but there’s a real chance that could happen if she goes through another bad break-up. She’s devastated about what happened with Henri but the hope is that this will encourage her to take a step back from men altogether," a source close to the 26-year-old revealed.

The insider went on to say: "The problem is she likes to be in relationships and has a hard time being alone."

During her short-lived romance with the fashion designer, the former Disney star's loved ones were worried about a potential relapse. It's said that Demi's mom was paramount in convincing her daughter to cut off the bad boy for good.

The usual rule of thumb for addicts is not to be romantically involved with anyone for 12 months after sobriety.

The track that she's on now is amazing and they'd like it to stay that way.

The pop star recently moved into a new home and even received her 2nd degree blue belt in jiu-jitsu.

She shared a message on her Instagram Story that read: "2nd degree blue belt!!!! This means the world to me and I couldn’t be happier. Brazilian jiu jitsu is a passion of mine and I can’t wait to learn more and more."

Lovato took time to thank her instructor.

"Thank you @1chrislight for teaching me so much. I can’t believe how far I’ve come since working together. You’re a legend!!"

It's great to see that Lovato is continuing down her path of sobriety.

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    ROBYN Mar 24, 2019 8:12 PM PDT

    Thats the suggestion in the program anyways no attachments like that for a year ask your sponsor therapist all that.

  • Been there, done that
    Been there, done that Mar 24, 2019 6:33 PM PDT

    Demi, you have low dopamine levels. You will not find happiness and stability in your life until this medical condition is properly addressed. Avoid medications that will not adequately raise these levels. It's a trial and error process. Dopamine uptake inhibitors will not adequately raise these levels and levadopa has long term severe side effects. Find a good psychiatrist and have them test your brain neurotransmitters. Some things standard psychiatry just can't fix.

    • nottonight
      nottonight Mar 24, 2019 8:35 PM PDT

      she has "mental issue" according to her. she already talked about that. dopamine has nothing to do with it. most psychiatrist are money grabbing losers. you got fit in like the rest of worthless eaters, don't they?

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