The Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik has posted a heartfelt message about love after speaking bravely about her recent break up.
Mayim, who plays Amy in the sitcom, admitted she was not doing so well having broken up with a boyfriend, who she did not name.
After enjoying the festive period and telling fans she is doing better, the actress is reflecting on love.
She shared an image on Instagram that read: Even after all this time the sun never says to the earth, “You owe me.” Look what happens with a love like that, it lights the whole sky.
Mayim added the message: To reflect on this #Shabbat.
The mum-of-two recently shared her New Years resolutions, urging people not to make resolutions that have to be forever.
If you slip and fall, the slip and fall will be huge and it might scare you off from trying again, she said in a YouTube video on her channel posted on Thursday.
Mayim revealed her own resolutions, saying: Meditating more, napping more, saying “no” to things that zap my energy and my brain and putting my phone away more when Im with my kids. And eating less processed foods. And also not eating like its my 12th birthday every day.
The Big Bang Theory star confirmed she was single back in November and opened up about the split on her womens lifestyle blog Grok Nation.
The 43-year-old said: My love story is nothing particularly exceptional. I mean, he was—er, is. I was an exceptional iteration of myself with him.
There is rarely good timing for a break up. But most certainly, the worst time is now. In case he is reading this, Im just meh with this timing. Because say what you will, the holidays are a time to not be recently broken up. I know this much is true.
Mayim was previously married to Michael Stone and the pair have two sons together – Miles, 13 and Frederick, 10.
Mayim can currently be seen in the final season of The Big Bang Theory.
Of the show coming to an end, she wrote on her blog: This is hard. I love coming to work and pretending to be Amy. Shes a riot. Shes me, and I am her. And soon she will not be mine to create.
Being an actor is profoundly humbling, incredibly gratifying, and terribly complex, she added.
Being an employed actor on what is the #1 comedy in America is unbelievable. And the fact that so many people consider us a part of their lives and families is powerful. I dont take any of it for granted.
She later thanked her fans for loving us hard enough to keep this train going for 12 years.
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