Celebrities Reveal How Their Parents’ Divorce Affected Them

Celebrities Reveal How Their Parents’ Divorce Affected Them

By  rumourjuice.com

Yes, divorce feels like death and can be more painful than physical death which at least has a finality to it. It is one of the most painful things any family can experience. Walls come crashing, and dreams are shattered, love is destroyed, the family is ruined; almost every home dread the mention of divorce. The thought that both parties have to start life all over again especially after spending so many years together, not forgetting the effect it will have on their kids for the rest of their lives.

Charity they say begins at home, a child who might have experienced his or her parents' divorce process will either hate the idea of marriage or also end up having a broken home or worst still endure mistreatment from his/her spouse so as not to crash the wedding. Divorce sucks big time, and it has a way of messing up with our psyche!

Here, we look at some celebrities who have opened up about their parent’s divorce, and how it affected them.

1. Selena Gomez Blamed Her Mom For The Divorce

Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez

The American singer, actress, and producer started her career at a young age and is currently one of the celebrities with the most followers on Instagram, with over 144million followers. Despite her fame, the actress experienced her parents' divorce when she was only five years old, and Gomez’s mother revealed in an interview that the divorce affected Selena and she had a tough time coping with the divorce. Selena also said she blamed her mother a lot for the divorce because she wanted a family so bad. In her words,

“I blamed my mom a lot [for the divorce] because I wanted a family so bad. I wanted to have my mom and dad together. I remember just being angry with my mom. I still feel really bad about that,”
Selena Gomez And Her Mother

Selena Gomez And Her Mother

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