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'Housewives' star Taylor Armstrong shares healing process

Life & Style / Today
In her first magazine interview since the death of her estranged spouse, Russell Armstrong, "Real Housewives" star Taylor Armstrong talks healing.

"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Taylor Armstrong is ready to get back to life and start loving herself after the recent suicide of her estranged spouse, Russell Armstrong. In a preview of a new interview with the reality star, provided exclusively to TODAY.com by Life & Style magazine, Armstrong revealed that she's healing herself by helping others heal.

“I’ve been taking care of myself the best I can,” Armstrong explained to L&S.

Part of the process for Armstrong includes giving her time and efforts to battered women's groups. Her work with foundations, such as the 1736 Family Crisis Center and Fashion for a Cause, helps more than just the women in the centers.

“I’m looking into projects that can help women,” Armstrong said in the interview. “The more I can help heal others, the more I heal myself. It gives me strength.”

She also helps herself by focusing on the needs of her 5-year-old daughter, Kennedy.

“My daughter’s my priority — and spending time with her heals me,” she confessed.

Read the full interview when this week's issue of Life & Style hits newsstands nationwide on Friday.

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