Los Angeles: Singer Robin Thicke, whose new album is dedicated to his estranged wife Paula Patton, says the process of making it was a therapeutic process for him.
Thicke, who parted ways with Patton after nine years of marriage in February, believes making the album titled "Paula" allowed him to admit his faults.
"My music is my therapy. When I make these songs and I listen back to them, they make me feel good about myself because at least I'm admitting my faults, I'm trying to become a better man and better person," Thicke told a radio station, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
"This album is dedicated to her, but half of it is about my problems and me getting certain things together so I can be the kind of man that I wanted to be," he added.
Together, they have a four-year-old son, Julien.