[UPDATED] Mel B Enters Rehab Following Six ‘Traumatic’ Months Spent Writing Her New Book

[UPDATED] Mel B Enters Rehab Following Six ‘Traumatic

[UPDATED] Mel B Will Reportedly Enter Rehab Following a ‘Traumatic’ Six Month Period «Sometimes it is too hard to cope with all the emotions I feel,» she said.

Spice Girl Mel B Enters Rehab To Deal With PTSD After

Spice Girl, Mel B, has entered a rehabilitation facility to deal with her addiction issues, which manifested themselves as a way to cope with her PTSD after years of emotional and physical abuse by her ex-husband, Stephen Belafonte. “The past six months have been incredibly difficult for me.

Mel B Entering Rehab After PTSD Diagnosis: 5 Fast Facts

Mel B Entering Rehab After PTSD Diagnosis: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know Sun that six months spent writing an autobiography forced her to relive the trauma of the “emotionally abusive

Mel B. Entering Rehab for PTSD Following Divorce

Mel B. of the Spice Girls. Photo: Steve Granitz/WireImage Former Spice Girl and current America’s Got Talent judge Mel B. spoke to The Sun over the weekend about her decision to enter rehab.

Former Spice Girl Mel B enters rehab for alcohol and sex

Aug 27, 2018 · “The past six months have been incredibly difficult for me,” she told the outlet. “(Writing the book) has been unbelievably traumatic reliving an emotionally abusive relationship and

Mel B Headed To Rehab For Alcohol And Sex Addiction

“The past six months have been incredibly difficult for me,” she said. Mel B, 43, is currently working on a book, “Brutally Honest,” and told The Sun that the process of “reliving an emotionally abusive relationship and confronting so many massive issues in my life” has been “unbelievably traumatic.”

Mel B clarifies that she’s heading to rehab for PTSD

Mel B has revealed she’s planning to enter a rehab facility to treat her post-traumatic stress disorder, not sex and booze addictions, as had been previously claimed.

Mel B entering rehab for PTSD, alcohol, sex addiction

Mel B is preparing to enter treatment in her native Britain after an «incredibly difficult» six months during which she was diagnosed with PTSD, she tells The Sun on Sunday. The newspaper explains

Spice Girls Mel B To Enter Rehab For Alcohol And Sex

Spice Girls member Melanie Brown – better known as Mel B – is reportedly headed to rehab for alcohol and sex addictions, The Sun, reports.The decision to seek help for her personal troubles

Mel B Uses Cocaine, Is Aggressively Abusive & Kids Walked

She spoke to her experiences with writing the book, “The past six months have been incredibly difficult for me. I’ve been working with a writer on my book, Brutally Honest, and it has been unbelievably traumatic reliving an emotionally abusive relationship and confronting so many massive issues in …

Mel B Biography – Biography

Mar 04, 2017 · Melanie Brown, also known as «Mel B,» was previously known as «Scary Spice,» a member of the all-girl, British pop group the Spice Girls. Brown gave birth to her …

Mel B poses with book about PTSD after getting ‘love me or

Mel B uploaded a video to her Instagram page at the weekend. In the forefront of the video is a book about PTSD on the table – notable as Mel announced she is suffering from the condition.

Singer Mel B Enters Therapy To Combat PTSD: “Its Too Hard

Aug 28, 2018 · America’s Got Talent judge and former Spice Girl, Mel B, whose real name is Melanie Brown, revealed to a U.K. newspaper on Saturday, August 25, that she was recently diagnosed with PTSD after an “incredibly difficult” six months. Her father, Martin Brown, died in March 2017 after battling cancer, and she finalized her bitter divorce from

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Mel B Is Going To Rehab For PTSD, Alcohol Issues & Sex

Mel B, 43, has been struggling with a lot in the last six months and is ready to face her battles with alcohol, sex addiction and post-traumatic stress disorder head on by checking into a UK-based

Entertainment Mel B entering treatment for PTSD, alcohol

Mel B has bravely admitted that she is heading to rehab to tackle her alcohol and sex addictions after an «incredibly difficult» six months amid her divorce Mel spoke candidly about her upcoming treatment as it is a «huge issue for so many people» and she has hit «crisis point».