Brad Pitt revealed that he turned to alcohol and Netflix to admire his Angelina Jolie split-up pain. After more than ten years together, the 55-year-old announced his divorce from the Maleficent actress– with whom he has six kids. And for a while, afterward, the Ad Astra star clarified that he ‘run’ off himself. He said about their relationship ending. “I realized that I went to prevent hard emotions, painful emotions.” I didn’t understand how to handle them. Everything I discovered I used to flee. I don’t understand how to define these types of hard emotions better. Everything, alcohol, booze, Netflix, snacks are possible. Anything.”
But Brad insisted that he would not want to ‘run out of anything’ anymore. Brad divided Brad and Angelina in 2016 (Picture: WireImage) “I want to sit in it, I want to feel it, I want to pass through the tough night. I have to go through it; I want to feel it. I discovered that, with more depth of comprehension and higher gratitude for those in your lives, you come to the other side.”
The Ocean’s Eleven has been hard for a couple of years, following her romance with the end of Angelina. And he started to fight with alcohol earlier, explaining that he was attending a number of Alcoholics Anonymous conferences in an attempt to change his life.
In a conversation with the New York Times, he said, “It is like open and honest to all the males I have never listened to. It was this secure place where there was little judgment and thus little judgment… it was really free to expose yourself to the hideous sides. It has excellent importance.” And he showed his’ distress, sorrow and loss’ in the latest movie Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, using this experience.
Pitt has opened up for a few conferences before to join Alcoholics Anonymous and how the organization helped him change his life. “You had those people sitting in a manner that I never heard, open and frank,” the New York Times informed me. “It was that safe space in which there was little judgment and thus little judgment… it was really free to reveal yourself’s weird sides. In that, there’s a lot of significance.