During a recent appearance on “The Real,” the stunning entertainer discussed the various transitions in her life.
Although she didn’t address the divorce, the “Think Like A Man” star confessed that certain personal and professional changes have been “amazing.”
Meagan Good Reflects on Personal “Transitions” Amid Her Divorce From DeVon Franklin
Following Good’s new status as a single woman, the “Harlem” star has directed her energy towards personal growth and professional success.
According to the entertainer, she has experienced so many transitions in the past year — from getting the projects she prayed for to improving her health and getting her “soul ready for 40.”
How does one get their soul ready for a new age? Getting rid of alcohol appeared to be the best way to start, as the “Monster Hunter” actress revealed that she stopped drinking last spring.
The Hollywood sensation tossed out the liquor for therapy, where she confronted past experiences that hadn’t been publicly shared. In her words:
“I was like, I really need to deal with these things and just sit down and dig in and be really intentional about this next season and this next act of my life.”
Whatever the future has in store for Good, the 40-year-old wasn’t afraid to face it as she proudly declared faith as the foundation of her life.
The “Think Like a Man Too” Star’s Divorce Wasn’t Shocking To Some
Last December, The Blast reported that not everyone was shocked to learn about the end of Good’s marriage to Franklin as their separation was “a long time coming.”
Despite looking like the perfect couple outside, the former spouses’ nine-year marriage wasn’t without its troubles. Surprisingly, these stormy times began before the pair tied the knot in 2012.
The first battle began with the Christian community, where several members were allegedly against the lovebirds’ union because of their distaste for Good’s fashion style.
The pair overcame this trial by standing as a united front against the community, which made fans believe that the former spouses could survive anything.
However, a source close to the couple revealed that their separation didn’t come as a shock because the once dynamic duo was no longer spending quality time together.
The insider stated that their connection died out during the pandemic, which complicated the couple’s rocky relationship until Franklin filed for divorce on December 20.
The Blast previously shared that the pair had been separated for 4 months as per their legal documents and the 43-year-old preacher requested the court terminate any spousal support.
This action implied that the pair may have signed a prenuptial agreement or reached a financial settlement before/after their separation.
The motivational speaker claimed that the spouses initially went their separate ways in August 2021 before filing for divorce that December.
These dates were important to note as any property or income earned by both parties after their split would be considered separate and not included in the divorce proceedings.