We’ve all heard Halle’s name in the news recently – one for her new movie on multiple personality coming out next week and the other for her psycho behavior toward her ex-boyfriend/baby daddy Gabriel. She has been called The Ex From Hell and other things for her alleged over-the-top screaming fits at him and for supposedly hiring a PI to tail his whereabouts. I have always been surprised when a guy said they’d heard Halle was crazy. I thought people were blaming her for choosing the wrong guys. This is the first I’ve heard of her not being the victim. It is widely known that Wesley Snipes busted her eardrum while they were dating and that her ex-husband Eric Benet was a chronic cheater and admitted sex addict during their marriage. But Halle herself the psycho? I didn’t want to believe it. And since we still don’t know all the facts (how can anyone know what really goes on in someone’s relationship?) I won’t say Halle needs help, but I will address the things she has supposedly done.
Have you ever acted crazy in a relationship or after a breakup? Probably. I’m thinking of holding a seminar to talk about our feelings of jealousy, fear, and anger (all stemming from insecurities that we haven’t dealt with) because I think a lot of women deal with this. You may not have hired a private investigator, but you may have tailed your ex/boyfriend yourself to see where he was going or what he was doing. You may not have ordered him to date ‘a nobody instead of someone famous’ but you probably looked at his cell phone once or twice to see who he had been calling. These are the insecurities women face every day and need to overcome.
If you are caught in a cycle of invading someone else’s privacy – stop. Deal with your own issues, your need to know. Why do you need to know? Control? Why don’t you trust the person? Do you have trust issues? Why? Get to the root of why. Abandonment issues? Do you feel you are not good enough? Do you think he/she will leave you? Do you think all men are cheaters?
Therapy may be needed.
As beautiful and talented as Halle is, I’ve heard men say they wouldn’t touch her with a ten-foot pole (if they could). That is a sad indictment of the perception men have of her and these new reports on her are not helping.
If you want to talk to someone about your own issues, come to my seminar. Details will be forthcoming. I’m calling it “Avoiding the Halle Berry Syndrome.” Really.