Kelly Clarkson and her distinguished husband Brandon Blackstock have initiated therapy to their children as a way to deal with their divorce.
Clarkson, 38 and Blackstock, 43, share two children, River, 6, and Remington, 4. In June, the “Stronger” singer filed for divorce after 7 years of marriage.
Clarkson recently opened up about getting therapy to children to protect their “little hearts”.
“It’s just a day when you’d like, ‘Wow, this has changed forever and it hasn’t just changed my heart, there have been other little hearts,” she told Extra.
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“The Voice” coach said: “As far as physicians or child psychologists are concerned, we help a lot because we want to get it right.”
“I definitely want to get it right,” Clarkson said. “Everyone is sad and it’s okay to be sad.”
The talk show host has also been dependent on loved ones during the divorce.
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“I have a great family and friends who are there for me,” the talk show host told the outlet. This is a very difficult thing to navigate, to be honest and share your story, so maybe you can help someone else. , But at the same time you protect these young children. ”
When Clarkson returned to the studio of her talk show in September, she revealed that she would be fully thoughtful about what she said publicly about her divorce so that it would not affect her children.
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“We know that the best thing here is to protect our children and their little hearts,” she told her virtual audience. “So I’m usually very open and I usually talk about everything, but in this case, I’ll talk a little bit here about how it affects me personally, but maybe I won’t get too far into it Because I am Mama Bear and my children come first. ”
Blackstock also has two children – Sawan, 18, and Seth, 13 – from a previous marriage.