The "90210" star appeared on Dax Holt and Adam Glyn's "Hollywood Raw" podcast on Monday to open up about co-parenting with the "Transformers" actress, describing the experience as "not bad different, just different." The two share three children together – Noah, 7, Bodhi, 6, and Journey, 3.
"I think it's up to us, and parents in general, how it affects your kids," he said, referring to their split in May, "whether it's a really negative experience or it's OK and they feel safe in it and feel loved. Everyone still loves and respects everyone."
He adds that he wishes Fox "the absolute best in everything."
So how did Green find out about Fox's new viral romance with Kelly? He won't say much, other than that he found out "in my own way" and he "didn't read about it or anything like that."
'I will always love her': Brian Austin Green confirms split with Megan Fox
But Fox, who recently shared her relationship to Instagram on Wednesday, isn't the only one moving on. Green said he was surprised to find himself as a tabloid target after his recent outings with former reality star Courtney Stodden and Australian model Tina Louise, explaining that "what people normally do when they get out of (a relationship) is they date."
"Some people use dating apps, they talk to multiple people, they go on multiple dates, they spend time with people until you feel a connection with somebody," he said, clarifying that he considers himself to be single despite going on dates.
"I'm open to meeting somebody. I'm focused on myself and healing with all of this and my kids."
Despite no longer being together, Green described his relationship with Fox as "going as best as it can."
"There's no rule book to it," Green said. "There's no way of doing it right or doing it wrong. We are learning as we go. The important thing for us is just communicating as much as we can."
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Megan Fox: Brian Austin Green talks co-parenting, dating life, MGK