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The parents' guide to what's in this music.
What parents need to know
Parents need to know that "Give Your Heart a Break" is the second single since Demi Lovato's comeback after some very public, personal struggles and a stint in rehab. It's a love song about taking a chance on someone you care about and getting over fears. Although the topic is a mature one, the lyrics and content are OK for tweens.
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What's the story?
"GIVE YOUR HEART A BREAK" is the second single from Demi Lovato's third studio album, Unbroken. On the heels of her comeback, the song is an upbeat pop track about facing fears in love and life. The video features a wholesome, healthy-looking Lovato being affectionate but strong in a relationship that just needs a little TLC.
Is it any good?
Lovato seems older and wiser these days, and her growth and maturity over the last few years shows on "Give Your Heart a Break." With strong but vulnerable vocals, Lovato sings "There's just one life to live and no time to waste," and seems to have come into her own, singing about fighting your fears and not being afraid to love.
Talk to your kids about ...
Families can talk about the pressure that's put on celebrities, especially females, to have a perfect appearance and/or image. What can we do to change these unrealistic expectations?
Who are some celebrities that you really respect because of their honesty and strength to be themselves?
Is Demi Lovato a good role model? Why or why not?
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