Kristen Stewart has taken a major swan dive off the top of the pedestal she was thrust upon. The young actress achieved overnight super stardom as Bella Swan in the Twilight franchise and has been struggling to cope with the immense fame ever since. She has made several missteps over the past four years, but none as bad as cheating on Robert Pattinson with her married director.
Her fall from grace may seem like the end of the world today, but older, wiser people know this is just a bump in the road of life. It will all eventually be old news, and in ten years, she will hardly think about it.
In the meantime, Kristen is struggling to take the first steps of getting beyond her colossal mistake. A source reports, “Kristen is trying to find some inner peace within herself.” She has family and friends to turn to for advice, but she is going to an expert, Gandhi. “She began reading a biography of his life, then turned to Gandhi’s own writing because she was seeking solace.”
Kristen is trying to forgive herself, which is imperative to her healing process. Yes, she is hurting too. Apparently, Gandhi’s works are helping, “The remorse she has isn’t completely gone, but Gandhi’s words have certainly helped her find peace with the whole situation.” These things take time to move past. It certainly won’t happen overnight after reading one book, but at least it is a step in the right direction.
Fortunately, it sounds as if she has learned a valuable lesson from the whole mess, “Kristen isn’t beating herself up over it. She’s accepted that everyone makes mistakes, and she has to learn from it.” Her cheating was bad, but Kristen Stewart is not the first person, male or female, to do such a thing, and she certainly will not be the last.