She realized, she continued, that she “was trying to use relationships to distract me from getting to know myself.” But in the period of isolation that followed she couldn’t run from herself, she said. “I can try, but my house is not that big.”
So she learned to paint, got really intimate with her own thoughts and spent more than a few days crying on the floor. Basically she read a lot of books, did a lot of meditating and brought a bit of positivity into her life, the exact advice Rodgers gave to fans while collecting his MVP trophy earlier this month, when he told them to “speak things to life, manifest the desires of your heart, question everything and spread love and positivity.”
That is now, of course, a joint goal as the couple works out how they can best swing a forever commitment in his off-season, making the most of her breaks between filming. “They can’t wait to get married,” the insider told E! News, “and they want it to happen soon.”
Sounds like a bit of manifesting—and perhaps a good wedding planner—is in order.