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Albert Verlinde: ‘I locked myself in grief’

Albert Verlinde closed himself in the past as he emotional setbacks had to handle it, but the presenter and musicaldirecteur has changed: “I’m open, I talk a lot more.”

“It’s really in me to do everything themselves, and themselves to solve. If I’m miserable things experienced, then I shared that not. That I kept with me. Not consciously, but I thought: What a different with it?”, says the 57-year-old showbizzdeskundige in the consecutive series of interviews In the car with NU.nl.

Verlinde was awarded in 2010 to the death of Anthony Chamberlain, the husband of sister-in-law Isa Hoes. Four years later, it became known that his relationship with Onno Hoes had come to an end and last year were both Verlindes father and mother within six months time to death.

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In the car with Albert Verlinde: ‘I am not false-to-order’

“I have so much dare to share”

Verlinde had to admit that he is such events alone could handle, but also taught his environment more to his life.

“I have so many dare to share and learned about things to talk about. I’m really changed. You also get much in return, and otherwise touch you emotionally isolated. You prevents people from there than a friendship with you to build on.”

His old attitude can, according to Verlinde is also a consequence of his work for television. “You’re might be extra on your guard to share things. That is crazy, that is not good. It is fun work, but it requires a certain way also took a toll.”

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