Katy Perry. Photo: katyperry/Instagram
Katy Perry is sounding off on her music and experiences with love these days. According to her interview with WMagazine.com, the pop singer shared that she often sings in the shower and has enjoyed sing-offs with her celebrity exes in the shower as well. Her new song “Save As Draft” is one of the many from her collection that expresses her love life. She shared in the interview that her personal songs are about people she’s no longer dating or have unrequited love.
In celebrity news, this single celebrity is willing to express all the love that she’s experienced. How can you express past or current relationships that you have had with partners?
For some it can be hard to express exactly what is happening or happened in a relationship. Communicating your feelings by talking can be a struggle a times. Here are some ways to can express your current or past relationships that you have had with partners:
1. Keep a private journal: Write down list of thoughts or write paragraphs of what your currently experiencing romantically. You can write about your past relationships, current relationship, or people you would like to be with. If you have problems with trusting other by telling them feelings, you can at least write out what you feel.
2. See a couples counselor: You do not have to be in a relationship to seek advice from an expert. A couples counselor are welcoming to those who want to express their love lives and might also want help. Trying searching for one and see what type of guidance they can provide for you.
3. Listen to music: If you can’t put your thoughts in to words, then try searching for music on Youtube or Spotify. Both websites may know of songs or musicians that have produced songs in your field of current emotions. You might even find a Katy Perry song that describes what your going through!
What are some other ways you can express your feelings about your current love life? Let us know in the comments!
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