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Miranda Lambert Gets Candid about Battling Anxiety Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak

Olowokandi Fiyin
Apr 01, 2020
12:30 P.M.
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Miranda Lambert opened up about how she been dealing with her anxiety amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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Over the past few weeks, several well-loved stars have talked about how they are dealing with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Miranda Lambert attends the 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 15, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images

Miranda Lambert attends the 53rd Academy of Country Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on April 15, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images

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To that end, ET Online shared that Miranda Lambert recently revealed how she has been battling with her anxiety during the self-isolation which was brought on by the pandemic.

[Miranda Lambert] pointed out that she was heartbroken about missing out on the birth of her "soul sister" April Dobervich's first child, Finn.

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The "Bluebird" singer who shared a series of photos that included her home, her barn, and her husband, Brendan Mcloughlin, Lambert stated that it took her a while to comprehend and express her thoughts on the pandemic.

Miranda added that once she finally processed what was going on, she felt a sense of peace even though her "anxiety about the state of the world right now is still through the roof."

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Due to her anxiety, the singer-songwriter has focused her attention on virtually keeping up with her friends and family, cooking, cleaning, working out, and also spending time with her pets and her husband.

Yahoo! also reported that the 36-year-old disclosed that she also started writing new songs and was even working with Ronnie Dunn of the former "Brooks & Dunn" group.

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While Miranda's focus is to be as productive as possible, Today noted that the singer had some moments of sadness.

According to the news outlet, the "Mama's Broken Heart" hitmaker pointed out that she was heartbroken about missing out on the birth of her "soul sister" April Dobervich's first child, Finn.

However, until the end of the pandemic, Miranda has to be content with seeing Finn through a screen.

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To keep herself going, Miranda has also taken to enjoying a care package, which had a bottle of wine from her label, Red 55 Winery. The care package, as she divulged, was sent to her by her parents, who were 600 miles away.

The "Tin Man" crooner expressed her joy at receiving the care package as it made her feel safe that her parents were doing fine despite the distance between them.

Miranda Lambert attends the 2016 iHeartCountry Festival at The Frank Erwin Center on April 30, 2016 | Photo: Getty Images

Miranda Lambert attends the 2016 iHeartCountry Festival at The Frank Erwin Center on April 30, 2016 | Photo: Getty Images

Although her fans won't get to see Miranda perform live anytime soon, they have taken solace in the fact that they can still enjoy her music video for "Bluebird," which was released on March 20.

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