On January 13, actress Bela Padilla recounted her experience of being “ghosted” and how she dealt with it.
At the media conference for the upcoming Viva Films adaptation ‘Spellbound’ which LionhearTV covered, Padilla maintained she had moved on from her painful experience. The actress shared, “I never thought of it this way ha, ‘yung ghosting, masakit…parang medyo na-ghost na ako ng very light, pero it’s all in the past, I’ve moved on. Okay na ako ngayon.”
She then detailed how she handled it by keeping busy with her career and self-improvement. She said, “Noong time na ‘yun, wala nagkapaka-busy ako sa trabaho, tumanggap ako ng tumanggap ng trabaho. Tapos noong days na wala akong trabaho, nagwo-work out ako, parang hindi ka nag-iisip.”
The actress added, “Tumatakbo ako, boxing, lahat ng sama ng loob ko nilabas ko sa boxing. So ‘yun ‘yung mga coping mechanisms ko. I can’t recommend it, kasi hindi ko alam kung magwo-work siya para sa lahat.”
She reiterated that her ghosting experience felt like a long time ago; she has since moved on.
Padilla stars in the Philippine adaptation of the 2011 Korean film, ‘Spellbound’ with Viva hunk actor Marco Gumabao.
The film features a powerhouse Viva cast with Rhen Escaño, Cindy Miranda, Benj Manalo, Ronnie Liang, and Moi Bien.
Directed by Jalz Zarate, ‘Spellbound’ premieres in cinemas nationwide on February 1.