Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Exes: Miranda Lambert Didn’t Want A Breakup Album About Blake SheltonCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Exes: Miranda Lambert Didn’t Want A Breakup Album About Blake Shelton

By Marissa Donovan

The last thing Miranda Lambert wanted to do was make her new album all about her split from Blake Shelton. Although the former celebrity couple was married for four years, the country singer wanted to channel her softer side compared to the confident and bold persona she has in the music world. According to an interview with Billboard.comLambert does share that her side of the break up is on the record, but it showcases more vulnerability than just her break-up from Shelton.

This celebrity break-up has inspired the country singer to show a different side of herself. How can music help you after a breakup?

Cupid’s Advice:

Music can be used to help the sting of a bad break-up. Here are some ways this creative outlet can help you after a breakup:

1. Try songwriting: Like any famous musician, let out your heartache by writing songs about what you’re feeling. Not only will it help you express yourself, but you can also learn a new skill as well!

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2. Listen to your favorite songs: Go listen to your favorite records or play your Ipod for your favorite music. Try listening to your favorite sad songs first and then work your way to some happy music. This will gradually help you transition through a bad breakup.

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3. Search for new music: The positive aspect of a breakup is that it allows you to have a fresh start. Finding new music from artist you’ve never heard before can help you move in a new mindset of who you want to be now that you’re single!

Will you be listening to her new album in November? Let us know in the comments!