Jana Kramer receives co-parenting advice from Gleb Savchenko.
The 37-year-old actress is her former “Dancing with the Stars” partner, with 10-year-old Olivia and 3-year-old Zulata, and her estranged wife Elena Samodanova, especially her April and dancers. It has proven to be a great source of support and advice on how to raise a separated husband, Jolly, and Jace, aged 5 and 2.
Jana, who participated in DWTS in 2016, said of her “Whine Down” podcast, in which Gleb appeared as a virtual guest, “We haven’t been in much contact for years, but I Says: I am very grateful [when] You contacted me when I heard of my catastrophe.
“You were very kind and kind, because you have followed the same path.
“Thank you very much for contacting us and answering your questions.
“I once asked him,’What do you do? How do you co-parent when you’re angry?’ Because you’re experiencing it. You show Thanks for all the support I got.
Former “One Tree Hill” star, one of the most difficult things about the end of marriage is that he never wants to raise his family “alone” and is “extremely overwhelmed” by sadness. Admitted.
She said: “The only thing I get is that I was very overwhelmed the other day. I have no help,” she shared. “It was just hard and previously I had a partner. One day it was a really, really hard day. The kids were just hard and I had a lot of work to do … and finally, “I told you to do it alone. It’s not. ” For example, I wanted my husband and I wanted my partner to do it with me.
“I don’t feel so frustrated. Look at my house. It’s messy, but I don’t have much time.
“I feel a little tired, so I have to ask for help and do it. But it’s difficult and annoying, because I didn’t want to do this alone either. This is so. Not “I didn’t want to be a single mother”
However, Jana insisted she never missed Mike and said she was “very happy” with her decision to divorce.
She added: “I try to keep a distance because I think less communication is better for us. If you have a lot of emotions and the person who hurt you is not kind, you will be a big person. Is very difficult.
“I finally knew what I had to do now. Just keep a distance and I’m doing my part to be a good person.”
“That’s all I can control. Now the less communication is better. It’s the worst, but if all the emotions fade away, I think we can be friendly.”
Original posted at pennsylvanianewstoday.com