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'Take time to process things': Kylie Verzosa gives mental health advice for moving on

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'Take time to process things': Kylie Verzosa gives mental health advice for moving on
Miss International 2016 Kylie Verzaosa / Jan Milo Severo

MANILA, Philippines — Beauty queen-turned-actress Kylie Verzosa gave tips on how to move on from heartbreaks. 

In an interview with the media during the final casting of Century Tuna Superbods yesterday, Kylie, a mental health advocate, said that self-love is important in moving on from heartbreaks. 

“Siguro take things a day at a time. Kailangan mo rin maging alone with yourself. Take time to process things,” Kylie told in an exclusive interview.

“May sari-sarili tayong coping, so ito talaga 'yung panahon na kailangan mong intindihin at mahalin ang sarili mo even more. Maganda 'yong process at siyempre life-long journey 'yong pagha-handle ng problema,” she added.  

Kylie and actor Jake Cuenca broke up last month. 

During the star-studded VivaMax summer event recently, Kylie said that her heart is getting better.   

“My heart is getting better every day. Ang dami kong natututunan sa sarili ko. I’m still trying to find ways to cope. Pero siyempre, masakit pa rin,” she added. 

She thanked the public for showing concern to their relationship. 

“The support, the concern have been so overwhelming, at sobra ‘yung pagpapsalamat ko sa lahat. Masakit talaga ‘yung pinagdadaanan namin,” she said.

Meanwhile, 32 hot, healthy, and fit men and women who stood out from hundreds of hopefuls will soon take the spotlight as finalists of Century Tuna Superbods Love Strong 2022, the most anticipated health and fitness event in the Philippines.

With the powerful and relevant theme “Stay Strong to Love Strong,” this year’s diverse roster of finalists carry with them their reasons to have a strong and healthy body to take on challenges—highlighting the importance of having a healthy lifestyle for the people they care about, especially amid the pandemic. Century Tuna Superbods 2022 launched a more inclusive competition that’s open to anyone regardless of age, background, and gender—candidates simply need to make a stand and become an inspiration to Filipinos to be the best version of themselves.

In the female category, the 16 beautiful and fit finalists are Andrea Abalos, Christelle Abello, Michelle Arceo, Xandria Bautista, Sherlyn Doloriel, Lovely Elazegui, Vienne Feucht, Querubin Gonzales, Mary Gonzalez, Julia Mendoza, Nadia Mostoles, Chrystalle Omaga, Kerri Reilly, Selena Reyes, Mia Salisbury and Kim Velasco.

The 16 fit and strong male finalists are George Baker, Kirk Bondad, Edison Borja, Wani Manotoc, Herson Parias, Paul Pedley, Gee Plamenco Jr., Patrick Ramirez, Lourd Ramos, Anjo Resurreccion, Ramon Reyes, Julian Roxas, Jaime Santamaria, Jean Santos, Mark Soriano and Erik Visser.

The 32 finalists will all be undergoing a series of activities and challenges leading up to the finals night in July. Moreover, two grand winners will receive P500,000.00 each, while the two runners-up will receive P200,000.00 each, tax-free. All four winners will also get a year’s worth of Century Tuna products and other exciting prizes.

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