Jessie J is turning the page.
Just two months after revealing she suffered a miscarriage, which she called the "saddest and loneliest time" in her life, the singer is now happier than ever.
It's all about perspective.
"So I was pregnant but not any more. I am probably in the happiest place I have ever been, believe it or not. My perspective on life has changed completely," she told a London crowd during a recent performance, according to MailOnline. "The day [the miscarriage] happened, a man came up to me in the street. I was by myself and crying. He said, 'I don't know you and I don't know what is happening with you right now but I know you should share it with other people.'"
"That is why I do what I do," she continued before speaking to others who have experienced the same pain. "So to anyone who has been through that, or near someone who has, I am so sorry. There is no other way to explain it than just the saddest, loneliest thing."
Jessie surprisingly performed a concert just hours after getting her sad news last year. During that show, she spoke about her pain.
Since her miscarriage, Jessie, 33, is finding "the blessing in pain," a quality her parents instilled in her, and she's now had the "best January ever."
Back in early December, the singer explained why she decided to get on stage just hours after one of the worst days of her life.
"I reacted in work mode. It's safe to say I sometimes pour more energy into creating an unhealthy process of my own pain in front of a camera, than I do acknowledging it behind one in real time. 'The show must go on' mentality reacted before the human in me did," she wrote on Instagram.
Jessie said she just needed to cry and "fall into someone's arms and sob" that evening. After the show was over, she ached emotionally and physically. She also quickly understood why women long for a day when the topic of miscarriages isn't a taboo subject.
"I have never experienced physical pain and trauma or felt loneliness like it. This has changed me forever. In the most, heartbreaking, but beautiful way," she said. "It's put life into perspective in a way nothing else ever has. I am so sorry if you have ever been through it alone or not, or are going through it right now at any stage of pregnancy. Losing your baby is one of the worst feelings in the world."
"I ache for you," she said at the time. "If I could I would bring you food, hold you through the physical pain, I know that's needed more than a "stay strong" text right now."