Read on for even more HIGHlights from her interview, including her "encompassing" relationship with Good Charlotte's Joel Madden, her sexuality, and WAY more! Whether people care or not, that's a different story," she explained.
On her serious relationship with Joel at just 16-year-old: "It was so all encompassing. "But enough people seem to have cared that it's talked about." On whether she could be with a man who had been previously involved with another man: "I wouldn't be OK with him being with guys when I was with him. I love that we're getting to this place in this world where people are fighting to be heard and accepted.
The former child star posed in a skimpy bikini and snapped a selfie for her Instagram followers Sunday.
"Hey #moms #westillgotit #loveyourbod," said Duff, who is vacationing with her 23-month-old son Luca.
Regarding her decision to break up with Comrie, the "So Yesterday" signer explained, "It wasn't working well enough to stay together, but there was still a lot of love involved.
It was just a slow set-in of us not being the match that we used to be.""I'm lucky for the person he is and I am and how we decided to handle this," she added.
In 1995, at the age of 16, Joel Madden, his brother Benji, and a friend started their own band.
Luckily, Duff has always had a good grip on reality.
Duff also revealed that she sees a therapist whenever she needs "a little tune-up."What has she learned from therapy?
"Being in touch with what feels good and what doesn't.
They took the name Good Charlotte from the children's book, Good Charlotte: Girls of the Good Day Orphanage, by Carol Beach York.
In the 2001 film Not Another Teen Movie, Joel and the other Good Charlotte members made a cameo as the band at the school's prom.