Anyone looking to mend their relationships should listen to Bridget Moynahan’s advice.
Gisele Bündchen, 51, who dated Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady from 2004 to 2006, shared a mysterious message from marriage therapist Vienna Pharaon on social media as the couple’s marital status continues to make news.
She posted the phrase on Instagram on October 23 and it said, “Not everything is meant to be repaired.” “Not every relationship is meant to be a lifetime commitment.
Sometimes we need to develop a sense of familiarity with the blessings that come from ruptures and endings rather than from tales of healing and reconciliation.”
Tom and Bridget’s 15-year-old son Jack was included in the description of the photo “The failed relationship that nonetheless taught you valuable lessons about yourself. The break that won’t mend yet reveals new information about a pattern you have.
Making yourself at home in this area is beneficial. What can you learn from a disappointing conclusion or a rupture that never healed?”
Despite the fact that Bridget is currently wed to Andrew Frankel, her tweet was made more than three weeks after a source told E! News that Tom, 45, and Gisele, 42, had retained divorce lawyers.
Oct. 4: The insider revealed, “There has always been a lot of love and passion between them.” However, given their time apart, it appears as if everyone will benefit from this.
The seven-time Super Bowl champion and the supermodel, who got married in 2009, have both been spotted recently sans their wedding bands.
Additionally, Tom didn’t bring his regular plus one to the celebrated wedding of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft on October 14.
Gisele revealed last month that she wanted the player to be more available for her and their children and give up football permanently, despite the fact that the couple—who share children Benjamin, 12, and Vivian, 9—have kept their relationship a secret.
In the Sept. 13 cover story interview with Elle, she stated, “I have my issues.” He should be more present because this is a pretty brutal sport and I have kids.