She’s out promoting her new book “From This Moment On” and Shania Twain was spotted at the “Today” show in New York City this morning (May 4).
The “Man, I Feel Like a Woman” songstress explained that while she’s normally a private person, writing the book helped her deal with the demise of her marriage and the subsequent fallout.
Shania explained, “I would say it’s a periodic change of heart in a sense. It’s a phase I’m going through. It’s a period of my life where I need to focus on that. I wouldn’t say I will be an open book for the rest of my life and career, but it’s something I feel I need to face head on at the moment.”
She continued, “I am genuinely a very private person. I’ve probably been too closed, and up to now, more closed than what was good for me. And I also feel that a lot of that we just a bit of fear and anxiety and maybe worried about what people would think all the time… now I’m at a point where I feel sharing and giving testimony to things I have experienced in life will do more good for others than it would do keeping it to myself. It also forces me a little bit out of my comfort zone which is necessary for part of the healing. Do one thing scary every day.”