Vocal powerhouse Demi Lovato is opening up about how she got here nose to nose with loss of life after her overdose and the way she recovered.
In her latest look on CBS Sunday Morning, the Skyscraper hit maker stated she got here near loss of life after she took heroin.
Detailing that horrific evening when she confronted the near-fatal overdose, Lovato advised Tracy Smith: “The doctors told me that I had five to 10 minutes. Like, if no one had found me, then I wouldn’t be here. And I’m grateful that I’m sitting here today.”
Referencing her 2016 interview with CBS, the singer went on to say: “I was probably 24 when we did the interview.”
“So, we’re doing this interview, I’m in recovery from a bunch of things, and I have been sober for however many years, but I’m still miserable. And then, of course, no matter how you’re feeling in that moment, you’re wanting to say, like, ‘Yes. I’m good,’ because I’m in front of a camera, I’m doing an interview,” she said.
“It is like I, for the primary time in my life, needed to basically die to get up,” she added.
“I feel good. I feel more joy in my life than I’ve ever felt because [I’m not] quieting or diminishing any part of myself.,” she added.