John Travolta is opening up more about losing his late wife, Kelly Preston.
"I learned that crying and mourning over someone is something personal," said Travolta. "Mourning is individual and experiencing your own journey is what can lead to healing."
The actor also shared some advice to those who want to help a friend or a loved one deal with loss, adding: "The most important thing you can do to help another when they are in mourning is allow them to live it and not complicate it with yours."
"Let's say you lose someone and at the funeral you are very sad, then another person approaches you who is feeling more sadder and doesn't leave enough space for you to mourn," he reflected. "It would be like two boats plummeting to the bottom. That is my experience."
Travolta said that while countless people reached out to him to share their grief: "I felt saturated with everyone's sadness that I didn't know what to do."
He advised: "The first thing you should do when you experience grief is to go to a place where you can mourn, without any interference."
Travolta and Preston shared three children together: Ella, 20, Benjamin, 9, and Jett, who died at age 16 in 2009.
The actor said he is now focused on "ensuring the future of my children," by fostering Ella's acting aspirations by "teaching her to work in the profession" and by helping Ben "evolve."