Katy Perry on couples therapy with Orlando Bloom and their breakup

Katy Perry on couples therapy with Orlando Bloom and their breakup

Katy Perry opened up a bit to Chelsea Handler about the comedian Dear Chelsea podcast about the work she and partner Orlando Bloom are doing to keep their relationship healthy. Both are in therapy and have both gone through the Hoffman process (a kind of week-long therapeutic retreat) at different parts of their love relationship.

Perry was speaking to an onlooker, who asked how she could shout less with her boyfriend.

Perry spoke about the habit of screaming first, then the benefits of couples therapy: “I found that – I know that sounds like a cliché too – but like three deep breaths, an inhale through your nose and exhalation through the mouth. It’s like expanding your options in your brain to think differently than “red, red, red.” And I think you are [Chelsea] okay about the whole thing – i know what it’s like to have been yelled at as a kid so like remembering that and sort of saying “oh that never worked with me ” and knowing that it won’t work with the other person. ”

“Your partners usually see your best and a lot of your worst sides because they’re there to be your mirrors,” Perry continued. “Orlando and I are in couples therapy, and we love it because it keeps us in tune, and the resentment can get really strong when you’re both working hard. And God bless the successful people in the spotlight. , and so when you want to get back to normal in a domesticated world where you have a kid and stuff like that, you really have to learn to be a little bit different there in the big and in the small. And so we had Much success with this couple’s therapy.

“But she [the viewer] asked if there was a cure or something,” Perry added. “I went to this place – I’m sure you’ve heard of it – called the Hoffman Process. And I went – Orlando preceded me.

Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom in New York on January 27, 2022

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Perry then addressed their breakup and what caused it. “[This was when] we were going out together. He came back after I left and didn’t look into all my bullshit and so it was annoying. It got boring, and I was like, ‘Let’s break up then!’ And then I had the worst year of my life – not just because of my relationships, but a lot of different things were changing and changing for me in which I really believe it was an opportunity for me to evolve and grow . It was like, here we are at a crossroads. Will you take the L or will you take the R? And so a year later, I went to the Hoffman process, and it’s amazing because it’s a week-long process, and they give scholarships. It’s a bit pricey but I would say it’s the best value for money. You don’t have a cell phone and you just do deep exercises with other people actually, which is great because they trigger you all the time, and then you work on those triggers. But fundamentally, it’s a place you can go where you rewire the neuro-pathways in your mind and find out. There is so much awareness. You find out why you have these patterns and habits and where they come from and it all really comes from mom or dad. So if you yell, who yelled at you? It’s a learned thing. It profoundly changed my life. It’s the #1 thing I recommend when someone is ready for that next level in life.

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