Like most of us, Adele has spent the last 18 months thinking. But even before the COVID-19 pandemic began, the singer experienced a year of worries. Since then, he has spent much of his time in therapy and has begun to realize himself. One of her topics was her relationship with men, her relationship with her father, her divorce from Simon Konecki, her relationship with her son Angelo. Here is what he learned.
Adele’s divorce from Simon Konecki
In a recent interview with Vogue, Adele said the divorce went smoothly. Konecki even lives across the street (in the house he bought) and both are in the care of his son. The family still has consistent movie nights.
Adele told the publication about the reasons for her divorce from Konecki.
“I was just trying and not happy,” he said. “None of us did anything wrong. None of us hurt each other, and so on. It was just that: I want my son to really love and be loved. It’s really for me. important. Since then, I have traveled to find my true happiness. ”
His problems come face to face with his father
Adele’s happy journey involves going to therapy.
“My therapist told me I should sit with my seven-year-old,” she said. “It simply came to our notice then. And I had to sit with him and tell him how I felt when I was growing up. And problems with my dad. I was running away from it. ”
Adele’s father, Mark Evans, and her mother, Penny Adkins, divorced after Adele was born. So Adkins had to raise his daughter alone. When Adele became famous, Evans sold her a story The sun. He died of cancer in May this year.
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“I know he loves me and we made peace before he died,” she said of her father. “When he passed, I had such a physical reaction. That fear left my body.”
In therapy, the singer was confronted with feelings about his relationship with his father.
“I’m not sure someone who should love you will love you and put you ahead of anything when you were little,” she and her therapists said. “You guessed it and you’re used to it. So my relationship with men in general, my whole life, has always been like this: You upset me, so I hurt you first. It’s just poison and it keeps me from finding happiness. ”
Adele even felt a poisonous relationship with men in her relationship with her son
The singer’s problems with men were very deep. When his son spoke to him in some way, he even felt them blown away.
“It was never about losing weight,” Adele says of overcoming discomfort at the gym.
“Sometimes, with my own son, he could talk to me somehow, and I shut up,” she said. “With me a peculiar child. I wholeheartedly accept what he means. No, I don’t want to go to bed.”
Fortunately, now Adele is recovering – not only in her relationships with men, but in many areas of her life. How did he do it? “It was a lot of sound baths. It was a lot of meditation. It was a a lot about therapy. And I spent a lot of time on myself. ”