Demi Lovato on GMA: Demi Defends Bullies, Talks 'Staying Strong'

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Watch Demi Lovato on GMA, where she talks about her new book 'Staying Strong: 365 Days a Year' and defends bullies. Find out what Demi says about bullying in her Good Morning America interview. Demi Lovato on GMA video bullies new book Staying Strong
Demi Lovato stopped by Good Morning America (GMA) to talk about her new book--and to defend bullies.

While that seems like an unpopular opinion, Demi, whose new book Staying Strong: 365 Days a Year, has some interesting insight about bullies.

During the interview, she said, "There was a time where I really resented the people that bullied me in my life, and I lived with so much hate that I only ended up making myself sick."

Demi said that she talked with one of the girls that bullied her and found a new perspective about the situation.

She said, "I was able to talk to her and really kind of clear up any hatred or animosity...and I realized that she was going through things at that time that I had no idea about."

Demi also talked about why she wanted to write the book, saying, "Over the past few years I've done this thing, a morning meditation, basically, where I read out of a book and it's a quote, a passage, and a goal for the day, so basically what I wanted to do was do that for my fans."

She shared that her trip to Kenya for her 21st birthday was truly life changing--calling it "better than any other drug I've ever done."

We love you, Demi!

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