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(When asked who she's excited to meet on Capitol Hill, she responds, "people on both sides of the House.") And she speaks deliberately, with a habit of taking frequent but brief pauses to ensure every word serves a purpose.
"Surrender" is one such word: "I feel like it's the best way to describe it.
Lovato is there as the leader of Be Vocal: Speak Up for Mental Health, an initiative that encourages people to share their stories of mental illness. The Hyatt Regency's basement ballroom, which was perhaps just a quarter full for the Power Point presentations before Lovato's time slot, is now packed, a row of cell-phone camera Cyclopses making up the front row.
Loud applause breaks out as Lovato says, "There's no day off in recovery."Accountability, she says, is key.
But if she can connect with someone who is struggling with the issues she did, that's the ultimate goal. So I thought, you know, I can use this to help others.(She's going to be a bridesmaid in Iggy Azalea's wedding; they met at a party Jennifer Lopez hosted.) "I'm so much more content with staying at home, watching a movie, and wearing sweats than getting dolled up and going up to a club where you're going to just try to chase the next party," she says with the certainty of having been there."You're never going to be satisfied when you do that."Complicated" is how she describes their relationship."At 14, there was a point when I realized it was doing more harm than good to stay in touch with him. "He wasn't surrendering"—there's the word again—"to get the treatment." Her father died in 2013.