“I’m a very open person, but I’m not going to be able to really be open about this in some aspects because it involves kids,” she told the LA Times in an interview published on Friday. “I think I’ll navigate in a way that needs to be open and honest about it, maybe through the show, and that’s probably, I’m assuming, when I say a conversation or something to someone, I systematically Happen. It definitely won’t be planned. ”
In June, 38-year-old Clarkson filed for divorce from the 43-year-old talent manager after seven years of marriage. The couple shared daughter River Rose, 6, and son Remington Alexander, 4, in addition to two children from Blackstock’s previous marriage.
“But my children and their older children – it involves very few hearts and when people feel, ‘Oh my gosh, what a loss …’ Imagine how it is at the epicenter of the storm,” she said. “It has a lot to process and behave as a family. So because it’s not just for me, I probably won’t go too deep with it. ”
However, she said that things can come to the fore through her music.
He said, “It’s ridiculous, I actually told my therapist recently, ‘I don’t know how divorce happens through any kind of huge life change that doesn’t have any kind of outlet,” He said, “Even from childhood, my mother told me that I have a problem expressing my feelings and all these things when I was really young and I should start writing. So I’m expressing it Am. I usually leave it to the song and that is usually my therapy. ”
A few weeks before the announcement of her divorce, Clarkson told Glamor UK that she was on an “emotional roller coaster”.
“There are always things that come up that bum bails you out, but at the same time you have to recognize at some point, but it makes you who you are,” she said.