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Life with Adams was "so sad, so lonely"


Mandy Moore was initially "in awe" by Ryan Adams. But good in her seven-year marriage: "I had the feeling that I was drowning." The actress This Is Us is digging for what went wrong on Monday in the wake of the podcast "WTF With Marc Maron" before Moore described Adam's "control behavior" in a New York Times , expose, per pitchfork. Moore, who married in 2009, said she took on a maternal role for Adams, who was "alienated from his family" when her own family dynamics broke apart, reports the Hollywood Reporter . "It made me feel that I had value," but "I think my co-dependency has had an impact on his dependence on the side and on some other underlying issues," says the 34-year-old. It was "a totally unhealthy dynamic" and "the perfect cacophony of madness".

Moore's career faded into the background because "I lived my life for him," she said. "I was so lonely, I was so sad," she added, by E! "I could not do my job because there was a constant effort to pay attention to this person who needed me and did nothing else." The couple was finally divorced in 201

6 because "I knew this was not the person I should be with, I knew that I was not the person I should be," Moore said. She said that she would record an album with new husband and singer Taylor Goldsmith and songwriter Blake Mills. "I feel like I've lived a life in the last 10 years, I have a lot to say ," she said. (According to reports, the FBI examines Adams, whose last album has been shelved.)

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