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Mel B, member of the once sensational girl performing group Spice Girls had an “incredibly difficult” six months during which she was diagnosed with PTSD. She is also ready to enter treatment in the hopes of getting better and turning her troubled life around.
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Mel B also just came off a lengthy and contentious divorce from Stephen Belafonte that she said left her “financially battered.” She has also been struggling with alcohol and sex-addiction issues, too.
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The performer and host of “America’s Got Talent” also gave some revealing statements to the UK media including being preoccupied with working with a writer for her book, “Brutally Honest” where she shared her life’s most traumatic experiences including being in an emotionally abusive relationship and confronting the pain of losing her dad, and her controversial relationships with various men.
Mel B also shared: “I am being very honest about drinking to numb my pain but that is just a way a lot of people mask what is really going on.” She added:”Sometimes it is too hard to cope with all the emotions I feel. But the problem has never been about sex or alcohol– it is underneath all that.”
The singer-performer then concluded that at the heart of all her troubles is her being recently diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.
She has tried many different therapies in the past that have not been as effective as she wished. Born Melanie Brown, the former Spice Girl said she is determined to get better for the sake of her daughters, Phoenix Gulzar, 19, Angel Murphy Brown, 11, and Madison Belafonte, nearly 7 whom she says she loves “more than life itself.”
She is now preparing to go in a “proper therapy program” in the next few weeks. The TV host has only set a major condition for her therapy: “It has to be in the UK because I am very, very British and I know that will work best for me.”
Mel B said she also hopes other people can learn from her pain and experience. She shared: "I am still struggling but if I can shine a light on the issue of pain, PTSD and the things men and women do to mask it, I will do. I am speaking about this because this is a huge issue for so many people.”
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