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Morissette: Songwriting Helped Her Cope

United Press International

Here's Alanis sharing some insight...
Morissette: Songwriting helped me cope

Published: May 10, 2008 at 1:38 PM
LOS ANGELES, May 10 (UPI) -- Canadian singer Alanis Morissette says she wrote songs for her new album, "Flavors of Entanglement," to help her deal with problems in her private life.

The "Jagged Little Pill" singer told she was able to work thorough a number of personal issues by writing songs for the new album, which is set for a June 10 release.

"The record chronicles the rock bottom finally being hit," Morissette said.

Morisette's decision to call off her engagement to actor Ryan Reynolds in 2007 was said to be part of what the singer called "a personal unraveling of significant relationships in my life."

The Grammy Award-winning singer said she is in a new romantic relationship and remains hopeful about the future and true love, said.

"Oh yeah. My nature is always hope filled. It's more about values matching now," Morissette told the Web site. "That's the foundation."

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