The actress believes that her current personality was shaped by the situations she experienced during her childhood.
Hollywood star Jennifer Aniston did not get her buoyant personality from a pleasant past. In fact, she credits her “insecure” children’s home for developing her positive attitude towards situations where things don’t go well.
During an interview for Interview magazine, Sandra Bullock had praised the 51-year-old beauty for having “a way to boost joy and positivity” in her life.
When asked what the driving force behind this was, Aniston said: “I think it comes from growing up in a home that was destabilized and felt insecure.”
“Seeing adults be unkind to each other and witnessing certain things about human behavior that made me think:” I don’t want to do that. I don’t want to be that. I don’t want to experience this feeling that I have in my body right now. I don’t want anyone else with whom I come in contact to feel that. “So I guess I have to thank my parents for that,” he said.
“You can be angry or be a martyr, or you can say: Do you have lemons? Let’s make lemonade. ”
When asked what could lead to anger, Aniston said: “Turn on the television, listen to the news, read the newspaper, that can make me very sad and really angry.”
She justified her response by pointing out “the division that has been taking place and the complete chaos that exists.”
“When people show greed, bad behavior and lack of gratitude,” continued Brad Pitt’s ex-wife and Justin Theroux.
“It is very difficult to put this in an eloquent way. When you see that people behave badly and hurt other people, that makes me very angry. And the abuse of animals, obviously. ”