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Meagan Good took steps to heal herself emotionally and physically after breaking up with her husband of 9 years, Pastor DeVon Franklin.

Like all relationships based on sexual attraction, problems arose once the chemistry faded.
 
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Rumor has it that Good and Franklin cheated throughout their marriage. But they always prayed on it and reconciled.

In his divorce filing, Pastor Franklin, 43, said the couple separated in April and their marital bonds were irretrievably broken.

In an interview with Yahoo Lifestyle, Good said she stopped drinking alcohol and sought mental therapy when her world collapsed. The Jumping the Broom star said she found her strength in the bottom of a liquor bottle. But she knew getting drunk every day wasn't the answer.

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The 40-year-old actress told Yahoo Lifestyle her mental health was her priority.

"It's everything. As I've gotten older, I can pinpoint the things I haven't dealt with. I was like, you need to look under the hood, you need a good therapist, you need to take time to make sure that your well-being and your spirit is your priority."

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"This year I took a moment — [turning] 40 was about to happen. Around April, I stopped drinking and really leaned into therapy. I got very intentional about [wellness] because I wanted to go into 40 with peace of mind, with unexplainable joy, with more sense of self and a wholeness. I have a tendency to jump over things or go around them, instead of walking through them, and this year it was about walking through things and having those days when you’re grieving something from 15 or 20 years ago. Really walking through it."
 

Do you have any small self-care rituals to help you reset?

"I try to hit the reset button every morning internationally: I breathe, I pray. I make it a point not to touch my phone. I'll put on gospel or uplifting music, something to give me strength. As the day goes on and if I'm in a moment where I'm stressed out, I'll take a beat and steal away somewhere. I'll go into myself and just breathe and pray; I'll find that peace and reset my brain. Everything else can wait for five minutes."

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What's your mantra for life?

"My authenticity is my superpower. There's something beautiful about knowing there's no one in the world like you. When you're not authentic, you're in trouble because you're not in alignment with who you are. When you're truly authentic, we bring the right people into our lives."

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Tiffany Haddish fans expressed concern about her mental health after the Girls Trip star cut off her hair during an Instagram Live on Tuesday.

The actress shared a 26-minute video of herself cutting off her dreadlocks extensions because she wanted to see how her scalp looks.

"Cut my hair!" The 40-year-old actress captioned the clip. "I cut all my hair off cause I want to see my scalp. I know my whole body, I know where every mole is, but I don't know my scalp. So hello Scalp #SheReady to everything."

After giving herself a TWA (teeny weeny afro), the comic actress said she looked forward to going fully bald in the near future.

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Tiffany's fans immediately expressed concern in the comments section, saying the L.A. native "lost her mind."

She addressed the concerns in a follow-up video. "Somebody go check on sis, something's wrong with her. What's wrong with her mentally? She done lost it!" Tiffany said, imitating her fans.

"Why, when a woman decides, 'I'm going to cut my hair off because I want to see my scalp,' she gotta have a mental problem? Nothing is wrong with my brain, guys, I'm suffering from no emotional s–t, nothing. I literally been talking about this for years, how I want to see my scalp."
 

Tiffany previously opened up about her mental health issues after overcoming a traumatic childhood, followed by years of therapy as an adult.

"I remember I once sat down with a therapist who told me something about myself, and I said, 'Uh, no!' A year later, I was like, 'Huh. She was right.' I went to therapy in my early 20s and again through my mid-20s. I stopped when I got married. Then I went back into therapy at the end of my marriage. Now, I go every month. If I'm not home, I Skype with my therapist."

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Emma Watson revealed she sat in therapy for hours because she felt guilty about early stardom. Watson, who gained overnight fame playing Hermione Granger in Harry Potter films, was only 9 years old when fame came calling.

"I was nine years old and I was literally picked out of a line-up in my school gym that wasn't even an acting school and got the first part I ever auditioned for, and it's so bizarre and otherworldly what happened to me," said the 29-year-old Aries in a sit-down interview with British Vogue magazine..

The British-transplant wasn't prepared for early stardom and the fanatical star-struck fandom that comes with it.

"I've struggled a lot with the guilt around that. I'm like, I should be enjoying this a lot more, I should be more excited and I'm actually really struggling," she added.

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Watson trended on Twitter.com on Tuesday after coining the term "self-partnered" to describe happily single women like herself.

She is voluntarily single after dating men including fellow actors Chord Overstreet and a brief fling with Harry Potter co-star Tom Felton.

"I never believed the whole 'I'm happy single' spiel," she told the magazine. "I was like, 'This is totally spiel.' It took me a long time, but I'm very happy (being single). I call it being self-partnered."

She said she feels anxiety and pressure to get married and have a baby by the time she turns 30 on April 15, 2020.

The term "self-partnered" caught fire on Twitter.com and sparked debate between single ladies and married people who say being single is overrated.

Chris Brown Shows Up to Court With Rihanna

When troubled singer Chris Brown hurled a rock through his mother's car window earlier this week he didn't care if the rock injured her or caused her to lose control of her car. Brown was outraged because his mom, Joyce Hawkins, suggested that he remain in treatment at a rehab center.

This is not the first time Brown has lashed out at his own mother. Industry insiders have whispered about Brown abusing his own mother for years.

Brown's violent behavior stems from his anger and rage toward her for not protecting him from his violent father as a boy. In an interview with MTV's Sway, Brown recalled watching his mother suffer abuse at the hands of his father. He told Sway that watching the abuse heaped upon his mother was "an influence in me about how to treat a woman."

"I used to always feel the hate for anybody that disrespected a lady. Or called a lady the B-word ... or just disrespected her."

But the family history of abuse had the opposite affect on young Chris.

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