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'I took him to a church with a rock band where everyone sings and throws their arms around each other. Live your life and create the world you want to have here.I wanted him to feel it.’ Does she believe in the Bible’s definitions of heaven and hell? If you want to live in hell, there’s a lot of ways to make that happen.I cannot understand her idea of love, so it’s safer for me to not debate it. I don’t know if that’s forgiveness or not.’ Heche was in therapy for seven years. 'I took Homer to a Gospel church a few weeks ago,’ she says.'He was starting to be a little bit snotty, so I thought he needed to go to church and feel the spirit a bit.
'Love to me is an action, it’s the way you behave, and that’s how you show it. She recently went to church for the first time in almost 25 years.
We’ve both put our stuff behind us.’ The same cannot be said of her mother, Nancy, now 74, with whom she doubts she will ever repair relations. That was kind of my theory as I struggled and fought to put everything behind me – that you can move on – and now it’s true.’ Her strength of character is extraordinary. She was just 16 when she was offered a part in a daytime soap opera, but her mother insisted she complete high school.