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LeAnn Rimes' New Album 'Remnants': How Her Music Helped Fix Broken Relationship And Release Emotions from Anxiety [VIDEO]

Update Date: Apr 17, 2017 10:15 PM EDT
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American singer, LeAnn Rimes, released her new album entitled 'Remnants' with a track song, 'Mother.' The singer revealed that her songs helped her with her battles with anxiety and according to her, helped her with the healing of a broken relationship with her mother.

The 34-year-old country music star made her breakthrough in the world of music in the year 1996 with her debut album, Blue. Now at 2017, the singer released yet another album, 'Remnants. Rimes said in an interview with the People Music  that writing the songs for her new album brought healing and a surge of emotions.

According to Rimes, big things were healed in the record. A particular song in the album, 'Mother', has particularly helped Rimes move past some of the struggles she had with her mother, Belinda Butler Rimes.

In the day after Rimes turned 30, she has enrolled herself voluntarily to a 30-day in-patient treatment facility to cope up with anxiety and stress. Reports about her anxiety treatment have been circulating around the media.

Marcel Pariseau, Rimes' rep said in an exclusive interview that Rimes enrolled for a treatment to simply learn and develop coping mechanisms for anxiety and stress, as well as sudden bursts of extreme emotions. Her husband, Eddie Cirban, said that he is giving his wife his full support and that he praises her courage, the Daily Mail  notes.

In an interview with the People, Rimes reflected on some of the rumors surrounding her from the past few years and said that her new album, all of what she has written, is about rising from all of that negativity and rumors. She added that she was way past all of it and it is no longer a part of her anymore.

Rimes confidently said, as a parting message, that now, she is more confident and centered.

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