DeVon Franklin has gained some crucial relationship lessons that he will apply to Married at First Sight’s 15th season on Lifetime. On the red carpet at the BET Awards on Sunday, 44-year-old Franklin advised the New York Post to “resist the impulse to lay blame and take responsibility.”
It’s sometimes quite simple to declare, “Oh, that person’s the problem,” in partnerships, he continued. “No, ask yourself “What’s my part in this? What can I do to make a change in myself?” and then look in the mirror.”
The producer and pastor, who just divorced Meagan Good, continued: “I am very valuable to you. Additionally, I want to see others find their true love because I am passionate about relationships, love, and both. I’ve discovered that everything I’ve experienced benefits not just me but also other people.”
On March 28, 2019, in Hollywood, California, Meagan Good and DeVon Franklin attend the world premiere of “SHAZAM!” by Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema.
After nine years of marriage, Franklin and Good exclusively revealed to PEOPLE in December that they were divorcing. In a joint statement at the time, they stated, “After much prayer and thought, we have decided to walk into our futures individually but forever connected.
“We are happy to be celebrating almost ten years of marriage and unending love. No one is to blame, and we think this is the next greatest stage in the development of our love “they went on.
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Finally, Franklin and the Harlem celebrity said, “The years we’ve spent as husband and wife together have changed our lives, and for that, we are eternally thankful. We are also very grateful to God for blessing our life together and for forming a testimony within of us both.”
The now-ex-couples hooked together on the set of the 2011 movie Jumping the Broom, got engaged in May 2012, and were hitched in June.
Good Expressed Her “Hopefulness for The Future” a Few Weeks After They Finalized Their Divorce
During a Twitter Spaces conversation with her Harlem co-stars that was facilitated by xoNecole, Good stated, “Maybe this isn’t a chapter, but I do feel that this is my next act in life and I trust God.
Not everything makes sense to me at the moment, but I trust God in general, and I’m eager to see what this next act of life will entail and what God has in store — and that’s all I can really do.
She went on to say, “Even as I do that, I am filled with joy and appreciation for the past 11 years that DeVon and I have been together, for everything that he has contributed to my life and all that I have been able to provide to him. Every single aspect of every season has been fantastic.”
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