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September 3, 2018 – According to Brown, one of the hardest parts about dealing with addiction and sobriety when you’re a celebrity or public figure is being in the spotlight and having your every action analyzed by the public. “Unfortunately, having more eyes on you, in the beginning, does not serve or help us,” Brown, 37, explained. “So I would recommend to Demi what she’s doing currently — because we haven’t heard from her — is to stay out of the public eye.” Brown said she should also “allow herself to get into a space where she can work on her, without the influences of her fans, of her management, of her agents, and just to really connect with whatever therapist she’s working with, and to get the tools so she can start working on [herself].” … “It’s gonna take a while for her to create the habit and to know that she can get back into that space,” Brown added.

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