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.

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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