It seems like it's happening at a snail's pace, but it does seem like there's so much light shined on it now, which is exciting. I don't want this to be taken the wrong way, but I don't know if…I don't know. I don't have any feelings towards women except they're beautiful. But marriage is sacred and marriage is not for everyone. As much as I was ready and excited, you're like, 'Oh, next step: We get married.' That's kind of the traditional person I'm talking about that's inside of me, or however I was raised. There are still things I want to do and experiences I want to have, and maybe more kids, but it's not like it needs to happen at this time and I need to be married.All those pressures need to go away." We're glad she's living her life the way she wants to! It was pretty major." On dating in the spotlight: "All of my relationships have been in the public eye.They took the name Good Charlotte from the children's book, Good Charlotte: Girls of the Good Day Orphanage, by Carol Beach York.In the 2001 film Not Another Teen Movie, Joel and the other Good Charlotte members made a cameo as the band at the school's prom.Duff also revealed that she sees a therapist whenever she needs "a little tune-up."What has she learned from therapy?
I had already been working as an adult since I was 12 years old. But I never like pictured my wedding dress and all that." "I don't have the judgment of tradition. It's something to be taken very seriously, and I was so happy to be married.Sometimes I'll go down an Instagram hole, and all of a sudden, I feel weird about my career or life. I love it, but probably once a week, I've gotta put that down," she said.Luckily, Duff has always had a good grip on reality. The former child star posed in a skimpy bikini and snapped a selfie for her Instagram followers Sunday."Hey #moms #westillgotit #loveyourbod," said Duff, who is vacationing with her 23-month-old son Luca.