Selena Gomez and Miley Cyrus Feud: Selena Sick of the Quarrel, Turns to Religion for Peace

By Tarun Mazumdar
June 24, 2014 6:12 PM EST

Selena Gomez and Miley Cyrus Feud: Selena Sick of the Quarrel, Turns to Religion for Peace

Selena Gomez is sick of all the fights with Miley Cyrus. They used to be great buddies, it was because of Justin Bieber, the relationship turned sour. Apparently, Selena broke up with Justin after she came to know that he was sleeping around Miley. According to latest reports, the "Come & Get It" singer is turning to religion in order leave all the Miley-mess behind.


According to "Life & Style" magazine's June 30 edition (via Celeb Dirty Laundry), Miley's hate comments led to Selena's insecurities surface up again making it difficult for her to patch up with Justin Bieber.


This is not the first time Selena decided to try religion. She turned to religion to avoid heading to a rehab centre.


"Selena is trying to change her ways by going to church and more so to avoid going to rehab. She feels like she has a spiritual gap and that maybe that's why she is struggling," said a source to HollywoodLife.com.


"She learned about the spiritual aspect in rehab when they talked about the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Her parents are just hoping that this isn't just some short lived stint to avoid rehab."


The source mentioned that her parents and friends love as well as hate the idea of using religion. However, they were happy that she knew she needed help to come out of the situation.


"Her parents and friends love and hate the idea of using religion. They love it that it shows that Selena knows she needs help, and is looking at outlets to heal herself, but hate it because they know that it probably will not work."


Her parents were upset about their daughter was depressed and anxious and alcohol consumption only made matters worse.


What do you think about Selena's decision to turn to religion? Will the Miley-Selena fight end?


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