It has been a rough couple of years for Miley Cyrus.
The singer – who turns 28 on November 23 – recently shared about the struggles she faces and how she changes as she gets older, when she appeared on an edition of the Scandanavian chat show “Skavlan”.
“I think my feelings change really drastically all the time,” the star said. “Because every experience we have at every second changes the way you see your life.”
Cyrus adds that she sees that there can be “a stigma of coldness against a real, true woman going forward” beyond the traumatic events of their lives.
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“I have gone through a lot of trauma over the past few years: I had a house fire in Malibu, I lost my house and had to divorce. Recently, my grandmother, who I am very close to, I have passed away,” “Black Mirror” actor recounted.
However, Cyrus says she doesn’t let bad times down her.
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“In a way, it didn’t take me long to cry because of that and it wasn’t because I was cold or trying to avoid feeling something but just because it wouldn’t change,” the star shared. “I’ve been trying to stay active in what I can control, otherwise you’ll start to feel like I’m stuck.”
She added: “I heal through movement. I heal through travel and meet new people, when you lose one person, another enters your life.”
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Singer “Midnight Sky” also reflects the current world situation.
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“I think we’ve seen more divisions than I have in my life lately just because we really understand the divide between race and wealth, that wealth and real health could be the same and I think it’s confusing, “she stated. “That’s why our election is so important.”