Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Insiders Say Gavin Rossdale Cheated on Gwen Stefani with Nanny for YearsCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Insiders Say Gavin Rossdale Cheated on Gwen Stefani with Nanny for Years

By Kyanah Murphy

Now we know why this celebrity couple is no more. Poor Gwen Stefani! The latest celebrity news around former celebrity couple Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rosedale is that Rossdale cheated on his now ex-wife with their nanny, according to! Stefani busted Rossdale’s adultery with their nanny on the family iPad. Stefani found some explicit content in the text messages sent between Rossdale and their nanny, including nude photos. The lyrics to Stefani’s song “Used to Love You,” which is about her former celebrity relationship with Rossdale, makes a bit more sense. Hang in there, girl!

This celebrity news is shocking! What are some ways to help recover after hearing such devastating news?

Cupid’s Advice:

This celebrity news reminds us that even celebrity couples can be cheated on, and the aftermath is devastating no matter who you are. Because of that, Cupid is here to offer three tips to help you recover from such devastating news:

1. Stop and take a deep breath: Your emotions are all over the place during this time, so it’s important to take a deep breath and step back. You don’t want to do anything rash on impulse as there may be consequences that you don’t want to deal with.

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2. Focus on yourself: Now is the time to focus on yourself and take care of yourself. While your emotions are all over the place and you’re hurting, focus on what matters: you. Continue to eat, get out of bed, exercise, surround yourself by loved ones, etc. This will make you feel better. Keep your head high.

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3. Talk to someone: Talk to someone you trust the most. You need to let how you feel out rather than bottle it up. If you need to, don’t be afraid to see a professional to help you get through this.

Have you had something devastating like this happen to you? How did you cope? Comment below!