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The healthy way Jenna Dewan is moving on, post-divorce


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Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan’s divorce was one of the saddest celebrity breakups in a long time—and that’s really saying something considering how fast stars cycle through relationships. But in true Tatum-Dewan form, the two months since they announced their divorce have been largely drama-free. There’s been no bad-mouthing, no affairs unearthed, and not even any unfollowing on social media. And now, Dewan is sharing the healthy way she’s moving on in a new interview with Harper’s Bazaar.

“The moves I’m making are completely not related to my marriage or separation, interestingly enough. I was always very happy being a wife,” Dewan tells the magazine, adding that she asks herself three big questions: “Who are you? What do you want to give to the world? What excites you?”

She says she’s now seeking out her own happiness by asking those important questions—as well as hosting regular goddess circles with friends, complete with sound bowls and crystals (#yesss)—and it’s working out quite well. “I feel a sense of joy and freedom and excitement, truly, about a new chapter in my life,” Dewan says. “And I have no attachments to how that’s going to look, or what that’s going to be. I feel really open, and I feel hopeful.”

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