Hollywood famed star Jennifer Aniston shed light on her unpleasant childhood memories as the truth is life is not a bed of roses, so we the humans face a lot of troubles as well. Likewise, the actress opens up about her awful phase of life.
In her recent interview with Sandra Bullock, the ‘Friends’ star talks about the unknown facts of her early life that were not all too pleasant but something that actually taught her positivity.
Jennifer has a way of pushing joy and positivity.
According to the interviewer Bullock, ‘Jennifer has a way of pushing joy and positivity.’ Responding to that remark, the actress overwhelmingly said that it is the sweetest thing anyone has ever said to her.
Later, the interviewer asked, where the joy and positivity come from?
Jennifer Aniston replied that it comes from growing up in a house that was unstable and unsafe, the unkind behavior of adults made her realize this. She doesn’t want to do or to be that. Even she doesn’t want to encounter this feeling that she is having right now. She doesn’t want anyone else that she ever come in contact with ever to feel that. She included.
View this post on Instagram
Thank you @interviewmag for this birthday surprise. I had no idea this would be coming out today. Feeling proud and honored to be celebrating with this cover. Thanks to the Interview team for celebrating women at every age… turns out 51 is pretty fun. And thanks to @nickkharamis, @melzy917, @alique_studio, @mrchrismcmillan, @gucciwestman — and my sister from another mister Sandy Bullock for talking to me about whatever the hell we were talking about. I love you so much. 🥰🥳
So, she thanks her parents because she saw her parents’ married life destroyed at the age of nine. Since then, in all the worst circumstances of life, she learned a lot. Those troubles and negative behaviors helped her to get in shape and pushed towards positivity.
As she said, “when someone throws lemons on you, then make lemonade.