We've Been There: Jennie Garth Admits Pain In Seeing Ex Move On

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Peter Facinelli and Jennie Garth
The former '90210' star opens up about life post-divorce.

It's been nine months since Jennie Garth and Peter Facinelli decided to end their 11-year marriage, and the former 90210 star is now opening up about the pain of seeing her ex-hubby with someone new.

"I think there will come a time when it won't sting so bad. But I'm not quite there yet," she recently told People. "You know, I am happy that he is happy, though." We've all been there!

Peter started dating his Loosies co-star Jaimie Alexander earlier this year, but they just recently confirmed the relationship. "We've been friends forever and had a lot of mutual friends and we reconnected in the middle of the year," Jamie said. "It was one of those things where I'd been single for a very long time and he was going through a lot. We sort of bonded."

Meanwhile, Jennie admits she's dating "one guy right now" and is very much focused on her three daughters. "We are co-parenting and getting the hang of it," she added. And no, she's not sharing who that lucky stud is.

The pain of moving on after a divorce is one that many can relate to. Divorce coach Kimberly Pryor has three key must-avoid steps to make the process a bit simpler.

For Jennie, working out is the healthy distraction she uses to move on! She dropped 30 pounds this year! "A lot of exercising and a lot less eating," she said of the weight loss. "I decided to start taking better care of myself. Forty is the new 30." Love her positive attitude! Go Jennie!

Tell Us: How long does it usually take you to get over seeing your ex with someone else?

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