Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Divorce: Ewan McGregor Settles Divorce from Eve Mavrakis 2 Years After FilingCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Divorce: Ewan McGregor Settles Divorce from Eve Mavrakis 2 Years After Filing

By Diana Iscenko

In the latest celebrity news, Ewan McGregor and Eve Mavrakis have finalized their divorce more than two years after filing. The celebrity couple was married for 22 years, with McGregor filing for divorce in January 2018, citing inconsolable differences. There were rumors of this celebrity divorce before it was filed, with McGregor spotted kissing Fargo costar Mary Elizabeth Winstead in October 2017. The couple went public with their relationship after McGregor’s divorce was filed and are still together today.

In celebrity divorce news, it’s officially over for Ewan McGregor and his now ex-wife Eve. What are some ways to get through tough divorce proceedings?

Cupid’s Advice:

No one is expecting to get divorced on their wedding day. Even if your divorce was a long time coming, it can be hard to come to terms with the end of your marriage. If you need help getting through your divorce, Cupid has some advice for you:

1. Let yourself mourn: Your marriage is over and you’re supposed to be upset about it. Whether you’re heartbroken over betrayal or just bummed it didn’t work out, you need to let yourself feel your emotions. Let yourself be upset.

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2. Stop fighting with your ex: You might be tempted to call your ex out on their bad behavior. If you keep fighting with your ex, you’re letting the unhappiness of your past marriage get in the way of your moving on. Remember you aren’t married anymore and you don’t need to fight with them.

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3. Open up to someone: It’s important to find someone to confide in. Talk to a trusted friend, family member or therapist. You shouldn’t keep your frustrations inside, but you also shouldn’t complain about your divorce to your ex’s voicemail or to your children.

How do you handle things with your ex? Start a conversation in the comments below!