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Angelina Jolie Opens Up On ‘Becoming A Parent’ After Breaking Up With Brad Pitt

Angelina Jolie Opens Up On ‘Becoming A Parent’ After Breaking Up With Brad Pitt

Hollywood actress Angelia Jolie recently joined in the guest-editing a special edition of ‘Time’s Parents’ newsletter session and has shared her thoughts as a mother by writing a sincere letter to families, who are concerned about their children in these difficult coronavirus times.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt officially divorced in 2019 after a 3-year process of divorce cases. The couple’s marriage ended after the couple reached a joint agreement on property sharing and custody. The couple has 6 children from this marriage.

In the letter, the 44-year-old actress recalled the early days of her marriage and decided to become a parent. She said that she never thought she could be a mother and it was a difficult decision, but she eventually decided to become a mother.

Here’s what Angelina Jolie penned:

“Dear Parents,

I am thinking of you. I am imagining how hard each of you is trying to get through your days. How much you want to lead your loved ones through this. How you worry. How you plan. How you smile for them, when inside you feel at times you are breaking.

I was not a very stable youth. In fact, I never thought I could be anyone’s mom. I remember the decision to become a parent. It wasn’t hard to love. It wasn’t hard to dedicate myself to someone and something greater than my life. What was hard was knowing that from now on I needed to be the one to make sure everything was okay. To manage it and make it work. From food to school to medical. Whatever would come. And to be patient.

I realized I stopped my constant daydreaming, instead of staying always ready for any break into what I was doing or thinking to answer a need. It was a new skill to acquire.

So now, in the midst of this pandemic, I think of all the mothers and fathers with children at home. All hoping they can do everything right, answer all needs, and stay calm and positive.”

He continued:

“One thing that has helped me is to know that’s impossible.

It is a lovely thing to discover that your children don’t want you perfect. They just want you honest. And doing your best. In fact, the more room they have to be great where you are weak, the stronger they may become.

They love you. They want to help you. So in the end, it’s the team you build. And in a way, they are raising you up too. You grow together.”

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