Sofia Andres Reveals She's Seeing A Therapist For Her Anxiety

Headlines, hot news, and conversation starters on May 31, 2018!
PHOTO: Instagram/iamsofiaandres
  1. After coming under fire over her attitude during events and interviews, Sofia Andres revealed on Twitter she has been seeing a therapist for her anxiety.

    She wrote, "I have been struggling and don't know how I will prevent it. Started going to a therapist and counseling for a couple of times. Anxiety is anxiety, we don't know when it is going to attack you. Yes, I am always worried w everything. Literally everything."

    She also uploaded a post on Instagram and dedicated it to people who are suffering from anxiety. (PUSH)

  2. Here's a first look at Cristalle Belo and Justin Pitt's new baby, Hunter James!

    The new momma revealed he was born prematurely at 33 weeks on May 28, 2018, and that they're hoping his lungs will develop properly.
  3. We're living for Martine Cajucom's ~*wedding invitations*~! They featured cartoon versions of her, fiance Cliff Ho, and their bridesmaids and groomsmen!

    According to Martine, the "reference" for the couple's characters were Arsène Lupin III and Fujiko Mine from the manga series Lupin III.



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  4. 13 Reasons Why star Ross Butler has just been named as part of a conspiracy to murder Frances Bean Cobain's ex-husband, Isaiah Silva.

    Silva is suing Butler and Courtney Love (Frances' mother) among others for conspiring to kill him to steal Kurt Cobain's guitar.


    The instrument, which was used during Nirvana's iconic 1993 MTV Unplugged performance, is now worth millions of dollars. It was actually gifted to Silva by Frances prior to their June 29, 2014 marriage. But when they divorced, Silva got to keep the guitar as part of their settlement. (Cosmopolitan US)

  5. Traveling to South Korea is now easier! According to the Embassy for the Republic of Korea, Filipinos who wish to go there can now apply for a visa through travel agencies. However, the embassy will still allow walk-in applicants for the following: Spouses and children of Koreans, holders of visa issuance number, government employees with an official business trip, and those with humanitarian reasons to travel to Korea urgently.

    The new policy will be implemented starting July 1, 2018. Check out this link for a list of travel agencies who can process visa applications! (ABS-CBN)

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