After Demi Lovato left rehab, she became a contributing editor for Seventeen magazine in hopes of helping girls with similar problems. In the process, she found solace in the inspiring mantra, “Love is louder than the pressure to be perfect,” created by actress Brittany Snow and the JED Foundation.
Here are some of the new faces who accepting themselves for who they are:
Miley Cyrus, who has been the face of controversy the majority of the time she’s been in the spotlight. Despite all the pressure, you can’t deny Miley’s success.
Victoria Justice, “Nothing I do is ever good enough for me. In that way, I think I still have to learn to ease up on myself, some.”
Camilla Belle, “I hope that by showing my support, I can encourage today’s youth to be proud of who they are, no matter what others think, say, or do.”
AnnaSophia Robb, “Perfection is impossible. Trying to do your best is important, but loving yourself and loving others should come first.”
Me, Sure I’m no celebrity, but I have been hard on myself, believing that I need to do my best on everything. I’m learning that I am good enough.
You can go to seventeen.com to see even more celebs who are saying that Love is Louder.
What do you think of this campaign, Lovelies? Have you ever felt the pressure to be perfect?