Not All In Vain! Jennifer Aniston Calls Her Marriages To Brad Pitt & Justin Theroux Successful

December 11, 2018

Splitting from your partner is always considered a failure. It is a synonym to pain and a lag in life. But if the color of eliminating negativity is put into the picture, it can be viewed with an optimistic light. Jennifer Aniston has a similar notion!


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The Friends star has tied the knot twice. The 49-year-old actress first married Brad Pitt. However, leaving fans disappointed and devasting, the dreamy-steamy pair split five years later in 2005. Love bloomed again in her life and she announced her engagement to Justin Theroux in 2012, ultimately getting married in 2015. Sadly, the couple separated in 2017 and finalized their divorce in February 2018.


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Jennifer considers her marriages successful

During an interview, Jennifer opened about being single after two brief marriages. She explained that she isn't letting the fear of ending up all alone drive her life. Jen is not in favor of panicking and deeply understands the meaningful benefit of giving up an unhappy arrangement.


While describing staying in an unhealthy relationship as a disservice to yourself, she told ELLE magazine:

I don’t feel a void. I really don’t. My marriages, they’ve been very successful, in [my] personal opinion. And when they came to an end, it was a choice that was made because we chose to be happy.


The chatter roamed around her having kids of her own in the future. And for that, she revealed herself to be still uncertain. She admitted the idea of motherhood feels kind of scary to her. Aniston continued:

Some people are just built to be wives and have babies. I don’t know if that naturally comes to me or not.

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Why she has no children

There are many false accusations often pointed to her, calling Jennifer a careerist, egocentric or just a plain selfish woman. She indirectly confronted these theories and told InStyle Magazine that it may just not be her purpose in life to be a mother and procreate. She may have other important things to do in this world!


Not to ignore the mental and emotional reasons that society often forgets to associate with motherhood. Share this if you love her positive spirit!  

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