I can't imagine going through that process with anyone but him, and he continues to be my very good friend. So, I think we handled it very consciously and with a lot of love. Everyone's like, 'Are you going to get married again? '"The actress refuses to view her divorce as a personal failure.
But marriage is sacred and marriage is not for everyone. "All your relationships can be a success if you make it that way," Duff explained to Tortorella. So, I guess if it mattered to someone else that much, I would consider it."Dating after divorce has been tricky, especially when Duff is asked to discuss the ins and outs of her relationship publicly.
"I wouldn't be OK with him being with guys when I was with him. I love that we're getting to this place in this world where people are fighting to be heard and accepted. I don't have any feelings towards women except they're beautiful. Put me in the position and then I might…" In the end, Duff told Tortorella, "I think it would depend on the person and how it made me feel when he told me."When it comes to sexuality, the actress continued, "Nobody cares.
"Even if they don't last forever."Duff, who is currently dating fitness trainer Jason Walsh, isn't sure she'll ever remarry. As much as I was ready and excited, you're like, 'Oh, next step: We get married.' That's kind of the traditional person I'm talking about that's inside of me, or however I was raised. "It's weird to think about every move that you make," she said. It's just like before I open my mouth, 'Do I want to say that?
"Even [now], you're like, 'So, when we do this, what's it going to be like? ' Everyone is going to find one thing and make it sound totally different than how I was saying it."The "Sparks" singer tries "not to care so much" about the things she can't control, like who's invested in her personal life. While she's "not a jealous person by nature," the actress admitted she doesn't want her partner to be with anyone else, either.
"It took a moment for her to respond."Do I love myself? I feel more grateful for things in my life that create love around me, instead of like, 'I just love that about myself.' I'm really not that person.
But I do respect myself, and I think that I'm content—for the most part—with myself.