Michelle Heaton: I used to be on a suicide mission throughout alcohol battle | Leisure

Michelle Heaton found herself on a “suicide mission” during a three year battle against alcohol and cocaine addiction.

The Liberty X singer was recently in rehab to face her demons, having drank two bottles of wine and one bottle of vodka almost a day since 2018 after being rescued by an intervention by showbiz friends.

Katie Price led the mission to help Michelle and, along with her other friends, not only insisted that Michelle, 41, enroll in the priory, but also paid for her four-week stay to help defeat her drug and alcohol addiction.

Talking about her trip to rehab less than 48 hours after leaving the facility, Michelle burst into tears when she said, “I texted Katie while I was at the priory, ‘You saved my life’ . Because the priory saved my life.

“What I did was a suicide mission. I never thought I wanted to kill myself, but I ended up killing myself.

“I screamed for help when I couldn’t really ask for help. But when you are addicted it feels like there is no way out. “

The singer wouldn’t accept how bad her addiction had gotten until she went into rehab and couldn’t be more grateful now for her caring friends.

She added, “There was a moment when I said, ‘I’m not going.’ My best friend went out and said, “Michelle – you are dying.”

“It was a joint effort from all of my very dear friends who wanted me to live.”

And now Michelle – who has Faith (nine) and AJ (seven) with husband Hugh Hanley – has vowed to “never touch drugs or alcohol again” as she says she is “the happiest woman in the world” who still is gives alive.

Speaking to The Sun newspaper, she said, “I will never touch drugs or alcohol again because I will die.

“If I picked up a drink, it would have expired. Who should say that one drink wouldn’t lead to another?

“I just feel like the happiest woman in the world because I’m here. I can tell my story in my words and I am still alive. I have the best family and friends.

“And I really feel like I deserve a second chance. I won’t give up dreams now “

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Michelle Obama: Barack performs golf simply to ‘keep away from’ me | Leisure

Michelle Obama believes Barack Obama only played golf to “avoid” her.

The former first lady of the United States has confessed that the only thing she would get rid of her husband is his golf clubs because it takes “too long” for him to play the game.

She said, “They’re annoying! It’s taking too long! Why is there an 18-hole sport? You just made it up, this is someone trying to avoid your wife!”

And Michelle also revealed the bizarre things the family had taken away from the White House when her husband Barack’s two successful terms as president ended after eight years in 2017.

When asked what she took from the White House, she told The Ellen DeGeneres Show, “We took everything! We have this bag [bag], Easter eggs, M & Ms of the White House, a yo-yo. “

Meanwhile, Michelle – who shared Sasha, 19 and Malia, 22 with Barack (whom she married in 1992) – had previously talked about the ups and downs of motherhood.

She said, “Motherhood taught me that it is my job, most of the time, to give them the space to explore and develop the people they want to be. Not who I want them to be or who I want them to be wish I was there. ” Dude but who they are deep down Motherhood has also taught me that it is not my job to find a way for her to remove all possible adversity. Instead, I have to end up being a safe and stable place for them when they inevitably fail, and showing them over and over again how to get up on their own … When Malia and Sasha were newborn babies, Barack and I could lose hours if only we gave them watched while sleeping. We loved listening to the little ones noises they would make – especially the way they coo when they were deep in dreaming. Don’t get me wrong, early parenting is exhausting … But there is something so magical about having a baby in the house. Time lengthened and contracted; every moment has its own little eternity. “