We all say when we get pushed to the end, we all say things that are hurtful, but it's not a big deal.
I hold that marriage and that relationship in very high regards.""I only wish him love and heal and happiness and I've grown from it," she added.
Before all that, he produced Whitney Houston’s world-famous rendition of “I Will Always Love You.”He won sixteen Grammy awards and worked with Michael Jackson, Madonna, Neil Diamond, Toni Braxton, Barbra Streisand and Lionel Richie, often on songs that topped charts and divided critics. You’ve written disco classics for Cheryl Lynn and produced Whitney Houston’s biggest hit.
You just become helpless and hopeless and I think that those are the moments that you feel so sick and you do so much. I religiously did my protocols and wasn't feeling better." MORE: Yolanda Hadid Calls Zayn Malik 'Family' in Adorable Post With Daughter Gigi -- See the Pic!
Hadid was married to Foster for seven years before they announced they were divorcing in December 2015.
"I'm so grateful to be where I am today and if it hadn't been for that, I wouldn't be in New York today and I wouldn't be living the life that is authentic and true to me."And when asked if she thinks she will find love again, Hadid was hopeful.
RELATED: Yolanda Hadid Says She Contemplated Committing Suicide Over Lyme Disease Struggle "Oh, absolutely. "I've taken two years to really heal and to really learn to be on my own and be happy. I'm ready to fall in love.""Just, like, a normal guy, you know?
There was nothing but sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll and I never took part.