Meagan Good is not letting critics online nor in her close circle of friends dissuade her from being happy in and continuing to publicize her current relationship with Marvel star Jonathan Majors.

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You don’t need us to tell you the domestic dispute legal kerfuffle Majors was embroiled in over the last year, which resulted in him being convicted of third degree reckless assault and harassment. A Manhattan judge ended up sentencing him to enroll in a domestic violence treatment program for one year, continued therapy, and no jail time. But all throughout his trial, there was one woman pictured by his side: Meagan Good.

In speaking on Tuesday’s episode of Hoda and Jenna in promotion of her new film Divorce in the Black, directed by Tyler Perry, Good spoke the level of “support” she and Majors have been giving to each other and finally addressed the elephant in the room as to why she would choose to debut an arguably controversial relationship with Majors.

Meagan Good on ‘Divorce in the Black,’ relationship with Jonathan Majors

“The support that we’ve been able to give each other, the pouring into each other, the honest conversations, the love, the respect, just the care and the thoughtfulness—it’s just been really wonderful,” she said around the four-minute-mark.

She went on to explain how “everyone” around her advised her to take a beat before publicizing their romance amidst Majors’ legal troubles. But at the end of the day, while she took their advice into considerstion—Good made her own decision and is standing by it:

“One thing I know is that I can always look in the mirror when I trust my spirit, when I trust God, when I ask God, and when I move to the beat of my own drum… I can always look and say, ‘Okay, I’m proud of that.’

No matter whatever happens, I have peace in my heart and have harmony in my heart. And it’s only when I do something based on someone else saying ‘well I think you should do this…I take everyone I love’s opinion into account, but at the end of the day, I’m the one who has to have to live my life.”

“I want to be responsible for the choices I make and want to live the life that I want to live,” she concluded.