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Miley Cyrus Says She Doesn’t Spend Too Much Time Crying To Cope With Hard Times

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Miley Cyrus appeared as a guest on the Scandinavian talk show ‘Skavlan‘ and opened up about her struggles with the tough times she had recently experienced.

As known, the singer lost her Malibu home two years ago, divorced from actor Liam Hemsworth a year before, and lost her grandmother in August. During the interview, she expressed that her feelings changed drastically after experiencing all those traumas. However, according to the singer said, she keeps an optimistic attitude towards all the negative events around her because every experience people have at every second change the perception of life.

Then she mentioned how she coped with the trauma and loss in the last couple years:

“In a way, I didn’t spend too much time crying over it and it wasn’t because I was cold or trying to avoid feeling something but it was just because I wasn’t going to change it.”

Then the ‘Midnight Sky’ singer added that she heals through movement; through traveling and meeting new people. Because of that, she tried to just continue to be active in what she can control not to start feeling like being trapped. By addressing the losses in her life, she said that in case of a person’s loss, another person comes.

During the interview, she also revealed that she is becoming more emotional as she has grown up, even though people think the opposite.

“If you ask dudes I’ve broken up with they will say less, but I think more. I would say that there’s a stigma of coldness for a woman who actually, really moves on.”

See below to watch the show.

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