“There’s nothing wrong with this [relapse]”, Pinsky, who has not treated Lovato, said.
“Demi is recovering and her loved ones are so incredibly thankful she has pulled through”.
The 25-year-old singer raised eyebrows last weekend when she seemingly forgot the words to her track.
Joe Jonas, Macklemore, Ariana Grande and Charlie Puth are among the celebrities who have sent support and well wishes to Demi Lovato after she was admitted to hospital.
Online entertainment platform, TMZ, had broken the news, citing a source in the law enforcement community. She also later said that she had an eating disorder.
Teefey isn’t the only mother to a prominent pop star who has stepped forward to voice their support for the songstress in the aftermath of her hospitalization.
Couture has been helping Lovato train at Jay Glazer’s Unbreakable gym in West Hollywood for years – she’s even credited him with helping her achieve her blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
The lyrics also include Lovato singing, “I’m sorry that I’m here again”. They know full well that the worst thing a person can be called is crazy-the stigma that comes when you accept your diagnosis and try to move forward.
“I was bullied at school and I’ve always been insecure/shy”, one fan wrote. A song released in June titled “Sober” raised questions on the artist’s sobriety.
Meanwhile, there might be additional relapses ahead for the superstar, Pinsky said. More reports state that Demi is now awake and in “stable” condition.
Lovato has become a leading advocate for addiction and mental health recovery services.
“It’s not your whole destiny, but it plays a role”, she added.
Wilmer Valderrama, who dated Demi Lovato for six years, from 2010 to 2016, is “completely devastated” to hear about Lovato’s reported overdose. “Love you so so much”. If someone takes a high dose of one of these drugs, it can slow their heart rate and breathing, which keeps their brain from getting the oxygen it needs.
EDM trio Cheat Codes has three releases that have hit the Billboard charts – including their 2017 release “No Promises”, which features Lovato, that peaked at No. 2. A 2012 documentary, Demi Lovato: Stay Strong, documents how she used to snort cocaine several times a day but found her way into rehab and back into a successful career.
“She remains in my opinion, just this paragon of an example for other people struggling with addiction”, he noted.