She sometimes gets in these moods, like where she’ll be laughing and be her normal happy self one minute, but then either be screaming or crying the next. He’s told it’s just apart of who she is, which the medication and her natural tendency to not want to take it. They call it a symptom, a side effect; something beyond their control. And maybe it’s because he isn’t a doctor or because he met her when they were still young enough to not care, but Nick doesn’t see all that. He just sees his girlfriend with her perfect smile and her shining brown eyes and her passion for music. Not to mention her incredible voice that, let’s be honest, just makes him want to melt every time he hears her sing. He not concerned with her “illness” or whatever people want to call it. He doesn’t care that she has scars, doesn’t care that she can be manic. He just cares about her, Demi. And the fact that she makes him the happiest he’s ever been. That’s all that matters, really. The rest of it is just an added bonus.