Kelly Clarkson shares details on learning how to put happiness first
Pop icon Kelly Clarkson shares details on how to teach herself to keep her happiness and well-being first.
The American Idol alum, in a new episode of Kelly Clarkson’s Show, spoke with author Glennon Doyle about the many issues women face and why it is essential for them to “trust their inner compass”.
“Women aren’t screwed up, we’re just screwed up a lot of times. Sometimes we don’t need more therapy, we need reproductive freedom and we need equal pay and we need to feel safe. our own streets, ”Doyle explained.
“So I think when we get together and talk about these things, we start to remind ourselves that there is nothing wrong with us and when we are not silenced and siled, we can just stop. blaming ourselves and each other and going out and changing the world for us is fine and not the other way around, ”she added.
“These amazing women now, Simone Biles, Naomi Osaka, who say, ‘No. My humanity is more important than your experience of me, ”said Doyle.
The singer stepped in and said, “Actually, I had to say it, personally. I was doing too many things, there were too many places. I feel like you can’t really be good at what too. whether if you do everything, you know what I’m saying? “
The two then responded to the struggle of a fan struggling to make a successful career in the entertainment business and return to the East Coast.
“Asking me what you should do is like asking people for directions they’ve never been, isn’t it?” There is no map I can give you, but you have an inner compass. And all of life is about honoring that inner compass instead of other people’s expectations of you, ”Doyle said.
Clarkson then revealed that she can relate to the fan’s struggle as well.
“I used to think like that too. I’m like, ‘Oh, in my twenties, I should do this. I should do this.’ Look, I’m 39. I’m going to be 40 next April and I’m always like, “What makes me happy? Where should I go ? “”, she shared.
“You’re always going to have this conversation, like just the ghost from Future Christmas. That’ll never change. You’re probably going to be 60 saying, ‘Dude, I don’t know. I could do it now. “I wouldn’t say just because of your age. I always like to do what is going to make me happy in the moment. Which is going to be fun. Which sounds exciting,” she added.