On Friday, October 26, Demi Lovato's mother, Dianna De La Garza, was a guest at Maria Menouno's "Sirius XM Show." While she was on the show, La Garza shared that Demi Lovato has been sober for 90 days. This is an important milestone in the singer's sobriety, and one that her family, friends and fans can all celebrate with her. Addiction is a constant struggle, but every step is in the right direction and it is clear that her mother is so proud of the progress she is making.
As reported People La Garza said to Menounos,
"Yes, she has 90 days and I could not be more grateful or proud, because addiction is a disease, it's work It's very difficult 'It's not easy and there are no shortcuts.'
Lovato was admitted to the hospital after an obvious overdose on July 24, according to the TMZ report. At that time, Lovato's representatives issued a statement to Bustle: "Demi is awake and with her family wanting to thank everyone for their love, prayer and support, some of the reported information is incorrect and they respectfully ask for privacy rather than speculation because her health and recovery is the most important thing right now. "
Shortly thereafter, the" Sober "singer entered the rehabilitation center. On August 5, Lovato released an Instagram statement addressing her fans. Part of her statement was:
"Now I need time to heal and concentrate on my sobriety and the path of recovery, the love you have shown me will never be forgotten, and I look forward to the day, where I can say that I have come On the other hand I will continue to fight. "
Now it seems that Lovato is continuing her fight with the support of her family. La Garza has not only commented on her daughter, Lovato's little sister Madison de la Garza has also published updates.
On August 20, Madison celebrated her big sister's birthday by expressing her gratitude to the doctors who saved Lovato's life. The 1
"Today could have been one of the worst days of my life, but instead, I can pronounce him to thank God, the incredible doctors, Demi's team, and everyone else in the world Assistance offered – without all these people I would not have my big sister anymore. "
Earlier this month, Madison opened more about her sister's recovery during an episode of Millennial Hollywood with Dakota T. Jones ]. Lute! News, Subject 16 actor said: "She works really hard on her sobriety and we're all so incredibly proud of her. It was crazy about our family. It was a lot."
Despite how much they go through, Madison and her mother both seem to agree that their family just got stronger. Madison explained,
"We've been through a lot together, and every time – I mean, if you read my mother's book, you would know – every time we go through something, we always come out on the other side a hundred times So, we were just so thankful for everything – for the little things. "
Lovato still has a long way to go, but achieving 90 days of sobriety is a great moment for her and her family. It is clear from the words of her mother and sister that the singer has a support system standing next to her as she continues her fight.
If you or someone you know is looking for help with substance use, call the SAMHSA National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357).