Don’t call it a comeback or can weDemi Lovato is reportedly trying her hand at writing music again after her near-fatal overdose in July. Since that night, the singer has gone through a program at an undisclosed rehab facility and sought psychiatric treatment in Chicago. She’s now back in Los Angeles and slowly getting back into the swing of things, which includes making music, according to a source from Radar.

Her family definitely doesn’t want her rushing back into anything too quickly. The source said, “Her entire team has made it 100 percent clear there’s zero pressure whatsoever in terms of her comeback.”

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However, the “Sorry Not Sorry” singer finds peace in expressing herself through song. The source continued, “Demi finds singing and writing cathartic and has been writing a lot of her own material, which she wants to get in motion pretty quickly.”

As for what she’s working on, it looks like Demi may be digging into her own personal experiences. “She’s grateful to be alive and at the stage of her life where she wants to help other people, and her music will reflect that,” the source explained. “It’s all about staying strong and positive — one day at a time, of course.”

The singer is doing her best to stay uplifted. “Demi’s cutting out all the negativity from her life,” an insider told Life & Style. During her stint in rehab, it was reported that she “cut out pretty much everyone except for her immediate family and [her ex-boyfriend] Wilmer Valderrama.”

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Obviously, her health comes first and she’s looking to surround herself with supportive people. Demi and her family are taking this so seriously that they had her put an end to her rumored fling with fashion designer Henri Levy, according to Radar.

“Demi’s mom, as well as her entire family, wanted Henri out of the picture the minute that they saw the two of them together,” a source close to Demi’s mom, Dianna Hart, told the outlet. “Henry is newly sober and he is not the type of guy that Demi should be associating herself with right now.”

Demi’s well-being comes first and if new music comes as a result, that’s just a bonus.

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