I've been in therapy for years: Jennifer Aniston

Postado Dezembro 08, 2018

From a young age, Aniston says she witnessed the dissolution of her parent's marriage, ultimately leading to a childhood where her mother became an emotionally draining figure in her youth.

Actress Jennifer Aniston is opening up about her headline-making divorces.

"Some people are just built to be wives and have babies".

In a new interview with Elle, the Friends actress makes clear she's exhausted of fans assuming it hasn't been her month or even her year - just because she isn't a wife.

"Sure, there were bumps, and not every moment felt fantastic, obviously, but at the end of it, this is our one life and I would not stay in a situation out of fear", she said. "My husband is insane about her, and he was more excited that I was going to do a movie with her than he was that I got the chance to write all this music".

She added that she'd like to be Betty White's Golden Girls character, before noting, "Well do we have to?" The title of the profile: Jennifer Aniston doesn't need a happy ending.

"Who knows what the future holds in terms of a child and a partnership - how that child comes in...or doesn't?" the actress told the magazine. "And now with science and miracles, we can do things at different times than we used to be able to". Though she previously explained that Dow, a model, made her feel insecure for not being as lovely as she thought her mother wished she was, she's come to understand that Dow was simply doing the best that she could.

A source told Us Weekly back in November that Aniston was feeling very comfortable after her separation. "It's the only place to point a finger at me as though it's my damage - like it's some sort of a scarlet letter on me that I haven't yet procreated, or maybe won't ever procreate". See, I think he kinda fantasizes, like, a threesome with us'. It's a very storybook idea.

In September, Aniston finished filming her upcoming "Murder Mystery" alongside Adam Sandler in Toronto and Italy. "I understand it, and I think for some people it does work".