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Demi Lovato and because of that faith, nearly fatal heroin overdose

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Demi Lovato was awakened during her journey back from a near-fatal July 2018, with drug overdose, and now she is about how she is harrowed by the hardest time in her life.

The “Heart Attack” singer spoke with Zane Lowe on Apple, the Music Beats, 1, in her first extended interview since she was admitted to the hospital after the incident, and shared an update on its current state and how her newfound faith in God helped her to bounce back in a big way, by finding her purpose in life.

“I’m not really a church person, like a month ago,” she admitted. “I have shied away from the church for many years to come. I didn’t feel very welcome. And I was, like, in the questioning of my sexuality.”

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Lovato, 27, has been forthright about her sexuality and how she struggled to get herself to accept it. They are signs of the feelings at her in 2017, in a documentary called “Simply Complicated”, in which they have a relationship with both men and women.

“I’ve just found a place here in L. A. that will accept me for who I am and who I love. And there’s no judgement about it. And that is just what I needed,” she said to Lowe, while explaining that she initially found it difficult to find a church that has accepted this aspect of her life.

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“I’ve been trying to seek God through experiences, or through other partnerships or substances to,” Lovato added. “And it’s like, I had to realize that God is the God that I am on the search for the God that I love God and I want my God of that which is available to you 24/7, always at an arm’s length away, and it is constantly with me.”

The star said: “I have to focus on myself and my relationship with myself and my relationship with the lord.”

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Through it all, Lovato made it a point to mention it to her manager, Scooter Braun, who said she has played an integral role in finding a safe haven where they could retire, and even offered to take her to a Bible study, during which Lovato is called a “rough night.”

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“And he was like, ‘Hey, do you want to go to a Bible study?” And I was like, ” Wait, aren’t you Jewish?'” they will be remembered. “He took me in, and I heard God more clearly than I had heard in a long, long time.”

“I feel safer and I feel refreshed,” and the “Sober,” the singer added.

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Lovato is currently preparing for how they will grace the Grammy Awards stage on Sunday with a special performance by a brand-new record, which she wrote just a few days prior to her heroin overdose in the summer of 2018. The performance will mark Lovato’s first live outing since her near-fatal episode.

It is also set to perform the national anthem before the NFL Championship game on February 2nd. Shakira and Jennifer Lopez will be performing in the halftime show.

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