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Jason Mraz’s ex-wife and ‘guilt’ of divorce helped him accept his ‘two spirit’ sexuality

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GLAAD magazine. “It’s both hard to do those and hard to unravel those, and what I’m basically describing is a divorce, you know?

And that’s very hard. You carry a lot of shame and guilt.”Since coming out as a member of the LGBTQ community in 2018, the “I’m Yours” singer revealed that he spent a lot of time healing past relationships. “You want to heal as many relationships of the past as possible and, at the same time, step into this new acceptance and new identity or whatever I’m claiming,” Mraz said. “And that’s also hard.”According to Mraz, who is currently competing on Season 32 of “Dancing With the Stars,” being in the running for the Len Goodman Mirrorball Trophy has also helped him accept his new lifestyle. “All day, you’re looking at yourself in the mirror, and that can be hard for anybody, any human, to accept themselves looking in the mirror,” Mraz said. “On top of it, then my partner is asking me to move in ways that I’ve never moved before, and my reaction is, ‘I look silly.’ ““Then you break through that and it’s like, ‘OK, I feel kinda cool.’ And then it eventually becomes confidence, and so it is a journey,” the singer noted, adding that “dance is an amazing medium for that transformation and for that accepting of one’s self.”Mraz’s fellow “DWTS” competitor — “Vanderpump Rules” star Ariana Madix, who is bisexual, posted her support for the singer on GLAAD’s Instagram post featuring his interview. “Yessssss the bi representation this season is.

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