"When we were deciding to get married, I was totally down and I felt totally ready.
I had already been working as an adult since I was 12 years old," she told her co-star. But I never like pictured my wedding dress and all that."Duff protested a bit when Tortorella called her "traditional.""I don't have the judgment of tradition.
But her relationship with Good Charlotte's Joel Madden only lasted about three years. Whether people care or not, that's a different story," she explained.
"All of my relationships have been in the public eye.
And I know that I'm a good person and that creates a good feeling, which might be love for myself.
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But I do respect myself, and I think that I'm content—for the most part—with myself. "It's something to be taken very seriously, and I was so happy to be married.I think that I was in a very successful marriage for a long time. I mean, that's hard to say: 'no negative feelings.' But we got together based on love and we separated in a very loving way.If her son asked what love is, Duff would reply, "Love is that feeling that makes you feel complete, that you get when you're around your family, that you get when you're around your friends.It's a feeling of acceptance, that you're accepted for who you are completely, and it's that beat you get in your heart, in your chest."Tortorella had one final question for his co-star: "Do you love yourself, Hilary Duff? I think a have a lot of things in my life that offer me love, so I don't feel like I have a lot of time to focus on the love that I have for myself.