Miley Cyrus’ marriage lesson from her parents, Billy Ray Cyrus and Tish Cyrus, has taught her that the only permanent thing in life is change and that sometimes, it is necessary to have time for one’s self.
The 24-year-old “Wrecking Ball” singer knows that people who get married don’t always stay the same after the wedding, she said during an interview featured in the September issue of Cosmopolitan magazine.
Speaking to Cosmopolitan, Cyrus revealed that the one thing she learned about marriage from her mom and dad is that nothing is permanent but change, and you, as a couple and partners in life, should embrace it together.
“Nothing and no one stays the same. Grow, evolve, change with each other and celebrate your love’s journey!”
According to E! News, Billy Ray and Tish had their fair share of struggles in their marriage to the point of taking the divorce route at one point.
Citing Miley’s 55-year-old dad’s interview with GQ magazine in 2011, the outlet revealed that he filed for a divorce in 2010 only to cancel after one year. He also revealed that his marriage with Tish suffered from the Disney Channel show Hannah Montana where he stars alongside Miley Cyrus.
In 2013, both of Miley’s parents filed their own divorce papers after 19 years of marriage in two different states: Billy Ray in Nashville, Tennessee, and Tish in Los Angeles, California. That, too, did not push through as the couple got back together again, thanks to couples therapy.