And I still have moments where I’m like, nothings ever gonna make sense again.'Following Reese's divorce a year later, she maintains a civil relationship with her ex-husband, who is now dating Australian actress Abbie Cornish. And it’s a really easy thing to do, and I’m certainly guilty of it.She continued: 'You see a lot of people play this blame game. '[You have to] look at yourself and go, "What part of this do I need to own? " And that’s the painful work that you have to go through to hopefully get some real life knowledge out of it.'Last year, she revealed she continued to share parenting of the couple's two children Ava, nine, and Deacon, five.In a new interview, the 32-year-old admits: 'It was very humiliating and very isolating.' Happier times: Reese Witherspoon clutching her Best Actress Oscar with ex-husband Ryan Phillippe at the March 2005 Academy Awards - seven months before they split While admitting she hit a low after their October 2006 split, Reese accepted her rollercoaster of emotions, deeming them entirely 'appropriate feelings' to have during a divorce.She tells the April issue of Elle magazine: 'By the way, if it’s not painful, maybe it wasn’t the right decision to marry to begin with.
' Dear Mum, at work today I had so-and-so's left nut sack pressed against my cheek.
Those are the appropriate emotions.'When people get in your face and say, "This will pass," you think, are they crazy?
'I’m never gonna feel any better than I feel right this minute and nothings ever gonna make sense again.
She said: 'My ex-husband is very involved in raising our beautiful children.
We're very lucky because we both grew up in working families in middle America.