"I feel whole again," Lohan told Winfrey of how she's feeling after her last trip to rehab.
"I'm a very spiritual person and I've become more spiritual as time has gone on," Lohan said. "I'm really in touch, whether it's prayer or meditation... there are so many powers greater than me in the world. I've been blessed and lucky enough to have been given a gift to share with other people."
6) She doesn't blame her parents
Lohan maintained that she loves her parents and is close with them both, despite the time her father secretly taped a phone call during which Lindsay accused her mother of drug use. Michael Lohan made the tape public and it quickly went viral.
Lohan said she lied to her father during that conversation. It was after a fight with her mother and Lohan said she was "acting out." She said she was unsure as to why her father "betrayed" her, but said her parents now get along.
"I hate the bad rap that people give my parents," Lohan said. "Because they are just parents, really, at the end of the day trying to stand up for their daughter and themselves."
Her parents are not responsible for her poor choices, she said. Still, she has since asked her parents to keep their lives private.
7) 'I am different'
Lohan said she understands that she's perceived as someone who has been given chance after chance, but she expressed what seemed to be a sincere desire to return to work, or as Lohan calls acting, "the thing that has made me happiest my whole life."
She told Oprah that she is ready to "work really hard and stay focused and prove myself in the way that I did before in the past and I lost. I have to regain the trust of people in my career that have their doubts and I fully respect that on their behaf."
When Oprah asked about Lohan's upcoming trip to Europe and whether that would be a good idea so soon after rehab, Lohan thought she could handle it.
"I feel different. I'm in a different headspace. I don't want those things that I wanted before," she said.
Days after the interview taped, Lohan canceled her trip.
"It's a process of growing up and recognizing and being just so tired and exhausted by the chaos, which is what it really is," Lohan said in the interview. "I have had no right in my past to complain about being followed by cameras and people making up stories, but there's something to be said about me moving forward."