The Wheeler Sellers host, 41, took to his Instagram Story on Sunday, October 18, to disclose that he enrolled in a “breakup restoration” program by Create the Love. Led by human connection specialist Mark Groves, the five-week course teaches college students the right way to transfer from hurting to therapeutic to thriving.
“I’m now on day 30 of this and I’ve to say it’s been a lifeline for me,” the 41-year-old wrote within the Instagram Story publish. “If anybody on the market wants this DO IT!”
Based on Create the Love’s website, this system affords “curated classes” by numerous mediums together with mediations, worksheets and journaling workout routines. There are additionally alternatives for college students to share their experiences with others who’re dealing with the identical struggles. Moreover, Groves guarantees to offer “each day help” all through the course, which prices $197.
The British TV presenter married Christina, 37, in December 2018 following her divorce from Tarek El Moussa. The Christina on the Coast star shares daughter Taylor, 10, and son Brayden, 5, with El Moussa, 39. In the meantime, Ant shares daughter Amelie, 16, and son Archie, 14, with ex-wife Louise Anstead.
Ant and Christina welcomed their first youngster collectively, son Hudson, in September 2019. One yr after their baby’s delivery, the Flip or Flop star announced the pair’s separation through Instagram.
“Ant and I’ve made the tough choice to separate,” she wrote on September 18. “We’re grateful for one another and as at all times, our youngsters will stay our precedence. We respect your help and ask for privateness for us and our household as we navigate the longer term.”
When Ant broke his silence on the breakup, he revealed that he’d been “holding on to hope” and that he “never gave up” on their marriage. “I pray Christina’s choice brings her happiness,” he added.
Days later, he defined why he determined to turn off comments on his Instagram posts within the wake of the cut up. “Whereas we each respect phrases of help, please cease making an attempt to diagnose [our breakup] from afar. It’s not honest,” he wrote on the time. “Christina is ok. I’m tremendous. And we stay good mates and can navigate this at our tempo. Compassion and kindness is all that’s wanted. X.”
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