Nicole Scherzinger enlists the help of a life coach and her pastor to battle her demons.
The former Pussycat Dolls star, who has been open with her bulimia battle in the past, has confessed she uses a variety of self-help methods to rid her mind of negative thoughts.
The singer, a devout Catholic, attends church and goes to Confession on a regular basis to seek help, and she even talks to her pastor via online chat service Skype while she is away.
She tells Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper, "I've had psychiatrists, life coaches, my pastor - a lot of different therapy in the past... It feels weird and invasive at first but then you just frickin' talk about yourself so much, they're probably going to be rolling their eyes."
"It's good to get it out, get your thoughts and your boxes in line and become aware, aware of our patterns, our bad habits... Once you're aware, then you can grow and move forward and not make the same stupid mistakes as before... if you don't get it out, then those demons will just sit inside you and infest. It seals off your life."
"You want to be a better person, you want to grow. You want to have a better life, to have purpose and not be afraid to go after your dreams and to be the best... I'm a work in progress."