Cheryl Burke, Matthew Lawrence Were in Couple’s Therapy Before Split

Cheryl Burke Reveals She Was in Couple’s Therapy With Matthew Lawrence Ahead of Their Divorce: 'We Definitely Did Try'

Matthew Lawrence and Cheryl Burke.
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Reflecting on the previous. Cheryl Burke received candid about her marriage to Matthew Lawrence and the significance of couple’s remedy whatever the end result.

“I think it’s very important because emotions sometimes and feelings can get in the way and can get maybe misconstrued and so I’m a huge advocate for that,” Burke, 38, stated throughout an episode of the Tamron Hall show on Wednesday, May 4. “We definitely did try it, people evolve and people grow and sometimes they grow together and sometimes, you know, you, unfortunately, grow apart.”

The Dancing With the Stars professional famous that the previous couple usually are not on dangerous phrases following their cut up, saying, “I mean, he will always have a special place in my heart for sure. I have so much love for him and his family forever.”

Burke and Matthew, 42, first began relationship in 2007 after his older brother, Joey Lawrence, appeared as a contestant on season 3 of DWTS. One year later, the duo referred to as it quits earlier than rekindling their romance in 2017.

Earlier this year, Us Weekly confirmed that the California native filed for divorce after practically three years of marriage. In the February submitting, Burke listed “irreconcilable differences” as the rationale for the cut up.

That similar month, the skilled dancer took to social media to handle her resolution. “I know I have always said I’m an open book with you guys, I do strive to be, and in writing this I’ve realized there really isn’t an easy way to announce that my marriage is ending,” she wrote by way of Instagram on the time. “I hope you can understand that I will not be commenting any further at this time and am asking for understanding and privacy. Thank you all for all the kind words and support you’ve given me.”

At the time, a supply completely advised Us that the breakup was “not about kids.” Matthew, who has not publicly commented on the main life change continues to observe his estranged spouse on Instagram whereas Burke has unfollowed him.

During her interview on Wednesday, the “Pretty Messed Up” podcast host provided some recommendation to folks seeking to finish a relationship. “It is lonely and if anyone else is like me out there that just, you know, tend to just crawl into their shell like I do, at least you know that you’re just not alone and through the process because it is painful,” she added. “It is like a death. It is a death, right? And there’s no way and there’s no specific way on how to grieve.”

Burke additionally admitted that she isn’t seeking to date anybody new but. “I have social phobia and I prefer to be in my home. I actually don’t love going out, especially with my sobriety,” the mannequin defined, including that she is attempting to “just love” herself first. “I’m just learning about all of this and interaction and like, the new way of dating, you have to swipe left. I’m just like, ‘I really can’t wrap my head around this whole thing.’”

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