I’m moving on—and so should everyone else

Jim Bellino with kids

 

In case you have been living under a rock, by now you have probably heard that Alexis and I are in the process of getting divorced. The truth is, we simply grew apart. We decided to divorce because it was the best decision for us, our future, and our children, who remain the key focus of both of our lives.

For those who are actually here to support me and my family, I thank you, and I am happy to report that the kids are adjusting well and doing great considering the transition that’s taking place. What I am most grateful for is that my children are doing well and in fact, we had a wonderful time over the 4th of July holiday.

My most important job in life is being a father—nothing will ever stop me from making my kids my number one priority—and that includes the media circus. I am going to take the high road and not take any cheap shots. I am moving on—and so should everyone else!

2 thoughts on “I’m moving on—and so should everyone else

  1. Your children are beautiful and you have always been a wonderful father. I am definitely here to support your family but you can’t be shocked that the public speculates about why, when you were known for such strong Christian values. Many fans put your strong marriage on a pedestal so you can’t blame anyone for wondering why you let your family fall apart. I do wish your family all the best at this difficult time.

  2. Jim, Its good to hear about you. Even if it is in this context. Sorry to hear about all these problems you are up against. Seems to me that these people that are trying to cause you grief are not your friends anyway so why dignify them with as much as a notice, let alone justifying their mean and ugly accusations. I noticed you have started a nice family sence I’ve seen you. It seems you have it going for you and that’s good. I’ve been married for 21 years now and I’m living back in West Virginia. No kids for me, I didn’t get married until I was 40. Well it was nice to see about you again after all these years, I bet I can still beat you at ping-pong. Your friend; Brad Robinson. ( Blast from the past)

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