- Michelle Madrigal addressed the women asking her where she gets her strength from after undergoing a divorce and a breakup
- The actress shared that she gets her strength from God — her father and king
- Furthermore, Michelle believes that her life's narrative is already written, leading her to let go of anxieties
- Instead of using unhealthy coping mechanisms like numbing emotions with alcohol, Michelle advocates for embracing one's humanity
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Actress Michelle Madrigal shared on Instagram some valuable insights and advice for women who find themselves in toxic relationships or are grappling with divorce and breakups. Having experienced her own share of personal challenges, including a divorce from Troy Woolfolk and a recent breakup with her American boyfriend, Michelle candidly addressed her followers with words of wisdom and encouragement.
Addressing the numerous direct messages she receives from women seeking guidance, Michelle answered the common question, "Where do you get your strength from?" Her response was simple yet profound: God, whom she refers to as her father and her King. She revealed that she often turns to him during challenging times, acknowledging the solace and support she finds in him.
Michelle emphasized the realization that her life's narrative is already written, leading her to let go of anxieties about the future. While she acknowledged the necessity of inner work, she also underscored the importance of relying on faith and grace to move forward.
Acknowledging that the path to healing isn't without its hurdles, Michelle admitted to making mistakes and occasionally falling into old patterns. However, she highlighted the positive impact of dedicating time to oneself, particularly during the aftermath of a breakup. Rather than using unhealthy coping mechanisms like numbing emotions with alcohol, Michelle advocates for embracing one's humanity and allowing room for emotions to be felt and processed.
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Her candid and empowering post resonated with her followers, who found solace and inspiration in Michelle's journey of self-discovery and growth.
“I get a lot of DM’s from women who are stuck in a toxic relationship or are going through divorce. The main question I hear a lot is “Where do you get your strength from?”
“Simple answer: from my King. My father. I cannot tell you enough how many times I’ve cried to him. The moment I realized that my story is already written, I stopped worrying about the future. Now, don’t get it twisted. I still have to do the inner work but by the grace of God… I’m here. Rebuilding my life one day at a time.
“It’s not an easy road by no means. I still make mistakes, fall into old patterns and habits. However, spending alone time recently had been the best thing I’ve done for my overall well-being. Not drinking my feelings away nor ignoring the fact that I am human and allowing myself to have those emotions,” Michelle posted.
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Michelle Madrigal is a former actress in the Philippines. She now lives in the US and works as a realtor. She used to be married to Troy Woolfolk. Michelle’s sister is former actress Ehra Madrigal.
Michelle and Troy have a daughter named Anika Austin Woolfolk. She and Troy got to know each other through a dating app. In her vlog, Michelle also revealed that she and Troy underwent marriage counseling to improve their relationship but they eventually broke up.
After the divorce, Michelle also opened up about moving on and getting into a new relationship. The new guy also went through a divorce like her, which made them connect in a deeper way due to their similar experience.
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