Angelina Jolie Opens Up About Divorce

We all thought that Bradgelina would last, but it seems all good things really due come to an end. In an interview with Vanity Fair, Angelina Jolie opens up about her recent divorce from her husband, Brad Pitt, and her recent medical diagnosis. The Oscar-winning explained how in the summer of 2016, their relationship suffered difficulties. This was around the time she was finishing up an upcoming film, in which she stared in and directed, called "First They Killed My Father". Jolie did not go into further detail of the events occurred that led up to her splitting from the Fight Club star, but made it aware that their travel-crazy lifestyle within the family was not a cause to their separation.

"We're all just healing from the events that led to the filing...," Jolie told Vanity Fair. "They're not healing from divorce. They're healing from some...from life, from things in life."

It is reported that the Mr. and Mrs. Smith co-stars' divorce is still being negotiated. After the divorce, Jolie was so concerned and invested into taking custody of her six children away from Pitt, that, as a result, her health declined. The Maleficent actress was recently diagnosed with Bell's Palsy, a condition that can cause temporary paralysis or weakness within the face. Unfortunately for Jolie, she had to suffer from this after the stress and anxiety of the filing, which led to one whole side of her face to droop. Luckily, she was able to cure the recent deformity with acupuncture and was able to make a full recovery.

"Sometimes women in families put themselves last," Jolie said, "Until it manifests itself in their own health."

Despite everything that has occurred between the two, they still managed to put the kids first in the ordeal. Jolie recently bought an 11,000-square foot house in Loz Feliz, LA. It appears that a new and fresh start for the kids, and more importantly her, will aid in the healing of the emotional and physical turmoil it has caused. And Jolie is truly showing her courage and perseverance throughout this trying time. You never really see a woman's true strength, let alone a parent's, until they're faced with the potential outcome of losing their family.

"No matter what you have you have you have gone through in your youth. It is about who you choose to be in life. You can define your own destiny. You can be stronger than very difficult past and overcome it." - Angelina Jolie

~Kayla Steward
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