Elin Nordegren's Sense of Privacy Is a Bit One-Sided
After issuing a joint statement with Tiger highlighting the family's need for privacy during this difficult time of divorce, Elin Nordegren, the now former Mrs. Woods, is on the cover of today's People magazine in a rather public World Exclusive. Well, a woman's perogative is to change her mind, isn't it? She claims that the 19-hour interview is her last and that her "main focus is to try to give myself time to heal."
Interestingly, Nordegren is studying to get a degree in psychology, which should prove helpful in the chance that another athletic prodigy begins to woo her, and says, "I also feel stronger than I ever have. I have confidence in my beliefs, my decisions and myself."
Now, didn't we say that "privacy" in the case of this former twosome, actually meant something more akin to "Leave us alone, until we want you not to, in which case we'll be sure to announce something to that effect!" Which means we're on high alert for an upcoming Tiger tell-all, and we're also pretty sure that when Nordegren says "last interview" she actually means "for now." That's some psychology for you.