Jennifer Lopez (JLo) Opens Up About What She’s Learned In Therapy

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She might be Jenny from the Block, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t take the time to reflect on life and work on herself. In fact, the mega-talented actress and singer opened up about some of her past relationships recently and what she’s learned in therapy. Here’s what you need to know.

Jennifer sat down for a chat with Jay Shetty for the debut episode of Coach Conversations. Their episode, called “What’s Your Calling?” saw the two of them talking about the importance of loving oneself and of course, living your life to the fullest.

Jennifer Lopez Opens Up About What She’s Learned In Therapy

“I remember when I was going through therapy, in the beginning, kind of in my late 30s, and there was a lot of talk about loving yourself,” JLo recalls. “And I was like, ‘I love myself.’ But obviously I was doing all these things, like my personal relationships didn’t seem like I was loving myself.”

“I didn’t even understand the concept of it,” she adds. “It took time and it’s a journey and it’s still a journey for me.”

Jennifer also says that she knows there were moments she knew she wasn’t the best dancer or performer, but gave it her best no matter what.

She continued, “My dream is that together, this year, we can make a more unified, more loving, more accepting, more understanding world. I always want to inspire, inspire different things in people … and in these times, where all of us can feel lost, I want to give people some hope and some direction.”

JLo also says she knows what her purpose in this world is.

“My calling is to empower, inspire and entertain,” she relays. “Those are the things that I do and in entertaining, I hope I’m always empowering and inspiring people to be the best in whatever they want to do.”

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