Demi Lovato Has an Important Message About Letting Our Bodies “Do What They Are Supposed To”


Demi Lovato is never one to shy away from discussing her insecurities, and her latest message on Instagram is no different. On Friday, the singer opened up in an inspiring post about getting “the boobs [she] wanted” after making peace with her eating issues, and how she’ll continue to accept her changing body.

“Fun fact: I never had boobs until I started eating what I wanted,” Lovato wrote alongside some gorgeous selfies. “My whole life I hated my small tittaayyys and then when I finally let go of my eating issues, I GOT THE BOOBS I WANTED!!!😂😂” She went on to explain that her boobs were likely going to change again, and she’ll be OK with that as well, sending an empowering message about accepting and embracing your body for everything it does.

“Our bodies will do what they are SUPPOSED to when we let go of trying to control what it does for us.”

“Our bodies will do what they are SUPPOSED to when we let go of trying to control what it does for us. Oh the irony,” she wrote, before asking her followers to share their own experiences of letting go of their eating issues. Back in February, the “Still Have Me” singer opened up about her road to recovery from an eating disorder on Ashley Graham’s Pretty Big Deal podcast. In an honest conversation, Lovato shared that her unhealthy relationship with food, fitness, and her own body led to “destroying” her mental health, though her focus has completely shifted since. “I feel sexy when I’m showing my strength,” she said then.

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