Jennifer Aniston Often Finds Herself Isolated At Home & Loses Touch With The Real World

November 7, 2019 18:05

The year 2019 brought a major shift in Jennifer Aniston's career. She is known for playing Rachel Green in NBC's sitcom, Friends. Now, the actress is way past her days of doing comedy. She addressing the social difficulties by taking part in more serious projects.

The Murder Mystery star is appearing in Apple TV+ drama series, The Morning Show. She will be acting beside none other than Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carrell. The plot revolves around the challenges of showbiz. What the people behind screens go through and how they wake up every day to cheer up their audiences.

Here comes a revelation!

Jennifer and Reese gave a joint interview to Glamour while promoting their latest TV show that aired on November 1. They talked about the difficulties of being in the spotlight and how it affects them. The celebrities tend to retreat when in need of recharge from all the hustle.

They take extended time off and may even separate themselves from their community altogether. Jen explained this phenomenon by her own example, disclosing:

I find myself at times isolating. Don't get me wrong, I love being home. Home is a very comfortable, safe space for me. But if you stay home for too long you will become isolated and lose touch with what's going on in the real world.

People offered multiple opinions

Social media users deemed it to be the perfect opportunity to preach 'money can't buy you happiness'. While some just found it quite relatable and are on the same vibe as Jennifer.

@Helen thomas:

Watched her on the Graham Norton show. She came across well but seems a bit stressed out.


I like Jen, she always comes across as honest and decent. Some of the comments on here are shallow such as saying she can't be lonely because she's so rich! She worked hard for everything she has FGS but that doesn't mean it automatically makes you happy!


Stay home and cosy, Jennifer. You are a beautiful and accomplished woman. Your self worth obviously does not depend on another person or a relationship and you probably enjoy your own company and are happy within your own thoughts. Good on you.


See money and fame doesn't make you happy after all


Staying at home for longer periods of time and enjoying it, is when you know you have grown up and matured... No place like home.

@Claire, Cornwall:

I can relate. More & more often I find myself just enjoying time on my own with a good book. I love it. People can be very draining sometimes.

Do you think spending excessive time at home means you're lonely, sad or depressed? Or maybe it translates to being at peace, enjoying solitude and your own company? Share this and sound off!

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