Did Shailene Woodley Just Post A Message Alluding To A Breakup From Aaron Rodgers?

Multiple outlets have reported that "Big Little Lies" actor Shailene Woodley and star quarterback Aaron Rodgers had finally called things off for good. The news came after the former couple was allegedly working to repair their romance despite ending their engagement in February. That same month, ET reported that Woodley and Rodgers were spotted together at Erewhon market, proving that they hadn't yet given up on each other. "Shailene and Aaron broke up after the two spent a lot of time apart and couldn't make it work," a source told the outlet. "Aaron told Shailene he'll put more effort into the relationship and making her a priority."

From canoodling at a California winery to attending a wedding together for one of Rodgers' Green Bay Packers teammates, Woodley and Rodgers certainly seemed to be a couple with a future together ... until Woodley pulled the plug. "Shailene felt everything was on Aaron's terms and it wasn't making her happy," an insider told People. Following the breakup, photos obtained by the Daily Mail showed Woodley wandering the streets of NYC sans makeup and diamond ring, and looking rather sad, to boot. Meanwhile, the paps snapped pictures of Rodgers sitting courtside at an NBA playoffs game with model Mallory Edens, daughter of the Milwaukee Bucks' co-owner. According to the Daily Mail, Woodley and Rodgers are said to be focused on their separate careers at this time — but either way, they seem to be coping with the split differently.

Shailene Woodley is processing her grief on social media

Taking a page out of Khloé Kardashian's book — who's known to post cryptic quotes to social media whenever she's going through a rough patch — Shailene Woodley took to her Instagram Stories (via OK!) on April 27 to let fans know how she's coping amid the split from Aaron Rodgers. "Grief expressed out loud for someone we have lost ... is in itself the greatest praise we could ever give," the "Divergent" alum wrote, quoting writer Martin Prechtel. "Grief is praise, because it is the natural way love honors what it misses. Seeing grief in this way helps us to respect what we are going through, rather than being mired in shame and discouragement on top of the paint we already feel."

It's not the only emotional post that Woodley has shared in the wake of her breakup. Us Weekly reported that the actor reposted a video from @The.Soul.Awakening, which showed a man making an incredibly high jump at a track and field competition. The text over the video read, "My inner thoughts: You can't get over this." In other words, does Woodley seem hopeful that she'll soon bounce back from this romantic setback? The star might draw comfort from the fact she feels she's made the right decision in ending things with Rodgers. "She quickly saw that ... nothing was going to change," a source told E! News of her decision. "There was no reason to continue and she's done with it again."