The time flies by, it turns out that Jada Pinkett Smith brings 23 years of his married life with the actor Will Smith. But it seems that this quarantine proved to be revealing, then, that to live the confinement mandatory product of the health crisis that sparked the Covid-19, Jada has noticed that does not know her husband at all. How many couples have realized this reality thanks to the coronavirus?
Through its program “Network Table Such as ‘ the wife of the celebrity revealed how has been life-at home, during the pandemic. The declaration was left in the ears of her daughter Willow and her mother, Adrienne Banfield Norris. To those who assured them that his life has been so scrambled lately, I did not know the true man hidden beneath the personality of the acclaimed celebrity, Will Smith.
What ended the love in Will Smith?
“I must be honest. I think one of the things that I’ve realized is that I don’t know Will at all” said Pinkett in his program. It also stated, “I Feel that there is a layer to which you come, the life is filled and you create these stories in your head, and then you cling to these stories and that is your idea of your partner; that is not who is your partner”. It is a great statement! Because they are a moment of the relationship that is summit.
“We are in the process of having to dissolve all those stories and all the ideas of Will”, all this with the purpose of to find it and to actually know who he is. Despite the fact that he stated this profound truth said “This is intimacy,” he said Pinkett Smith. “Only able to get to know who our loved ones beyond what we have perceived“ these two celebrities are loving themselves, then to love each other as friends.
It seems that this position is not easy, to finish their statements clarified, “Let me tell you, this has been a great thing, being married to someone for 20 years and realizing that I don’t know you and you do not know me, and also that there is an aspect of yourself that you either you know.” After all this time, friendship is something that you need to get together on the road.