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Ben Affleck 'working on himself' after rehab stint

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Ben Affleck is ''working on himself'' and ''focusing on his family'' after completing his stint in rehab in March. © Provided by Bang Ben Affleck is ''working on himself'' and ''focusing on his family'' after completing his stint in rehab in March.

Ben Affleck is ''working on himself'' after completing his stint in rehab.

The 'Live By Night' actor - who has three children Violet, 11, Seraphina, eight, and Samuel, five, with his estranged wife Jennifer Garner - revealed in March he had completed treatment for alcohol addiction, and sources now say the star is now ''focusing on [his] family'' and working toward becoming a better person.

An insider said: ''[He's] doing well. These two [Ben and Jennifer] consistently work on their relationship. While addiction can take a toll on a family, Jen was a true constant and - along with his friends - really helped encourage to seek extra support. Ben is focusing on family and working on himself.''

Ben, 44, moved out of the home he shared with 45-year-old Jennifer - who filed for divorce from the Hollywood hunk last month after separating two years ago - earlier this month, but reportedly ''often pops over'' to help with the morning rush of getting their brood ready for school.

A second source said: ''He often pops over [to the family house] for breakfast before the kids head to school.''

And despite parting ways, the pair - who tied the knot in 2005 - are committed to co-parenting their children and are ''working hard'' to make sure their brood is happy.

The first source told People magazine: ''They are working hard to continue to build a world that is right for their children. They spend quite a bit of time on this. They continue to co-parent and respect each other. I think some would be surprised to see how close their relationship remains.''

Meanwhile, it was previously revealed the 'Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice' actor was ''in a good place'' following his rehab stint.

A source said at the time: ''He is in a good place. He is very focused on staying on track and being healthy. [He is] in therapy a few times a week in LA, [rehab] really helped him find perspective and get his priorities in order. He loves his kids more than anything and wants to be a great dad, a great role model.''

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