Jennifer Aniston makes it clear why we don’t need a husband to be happy. The actress has become an icon of singleness to overcome two divorces and continue to sonriendole to life with a promising career in acting.
It turns out that Jennifer Aniston has broken the silence about his recent divorce and why don’t need to fill a “vacuum” with children, or a husband. The actress, who has received inquiries strong part of the media for their personal lives, says that we need to change our mentality “of yesteryear” in the press.
“We live in a society that sends messages to women: At this age you should already be married. At this age you should have children. It is a fairy tale. It is a mold that we are turning off slowly. What that quantify how happy you are is not the ideal that was created in the 50’s. Don’t you hear that narrative of any of the men,” he said Jennifer Aniston in an interview with Elle US.
She then explained that it is not against getting married again or having childrenbut that wouldn’t do it just to feel “complete”. He added that the expectation that you need these things to be happy less makes all of their achievements.
“I don’t feel a void. Of truth. My marriages have been very successfulin my personal opinion. And when they were finished, it was a decision that we made because we decide to be happy. And at times happiness no longer existed in that union. Of course, there have been difficult times.
Not all the moments I’ve felt fantastic, obviously, but at the end of the day, this is our only life and I will not stay in a situation because of fear. Fear of being alone. Fear of not surviving. Staying in a marriage for fear of this evil.
When you’ve taken forward and it is not working, it is okay. You’re not failing. We have all these clichés about what it has to retrabajarse and rebuild. But it is a thought very retrograde”.
Jennifer Aniston says that by focusing on your marital status “you’re doing less everything I have achieved, everything that I’ve built and I’ve created”.
This is not the first time that Jennifer Aniston gives us a lesson
This is not the first time that Jennifer Aniston speak against the media sexist. In 2016, the actress wrote an open letter that was published in The Huffington Post where he criticized the scrutiny around the news of whether or not it was pregnant.
“We are complete with or without a partner, with or without children. We decide what is beautiful when it comes to our bodies. We don’t need to be married or be a mom to be complete. We determine our own “happily ever after”.