Susan Boyle has finally conquered her demons, she says, revealing that she now feels "accepted" and is able to enjoy her fame and success.
The 50-year-old singing sensation was admitted to the Priory after she shot to worldwide attention on Britain's Got Talent in 2009, but now she is in a better place, according to the Belfast Telegraph.
"I finally feel accepted. Accepted by my fans... accepted by my friends, family and neighbours. In truth I feel I now belong," she told The Huffington Post UK.
"It is this acceptance and the feeling of belonging that has helped me lay my demons to rest. This is really the first time that I feel confident and blessed."
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"It's taken a while to learn how to be happy and enjoy what I am doing. I was so scared it would all come to an abrupt ending that I stopped looking at the positive and enjoying the moments and focused too much on the negatives," she added.
She also revealed how she was looking for Mr Right.
"We all like the idea of sharing our lives with someone who is going to protect and look after us. I'm on my own quite a lot and that special person hasn't come along yet," she said.
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