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Jada Pinkett Smith revealed on her Facebook and Look show that they have a sex addiction problem when she was younger.
Jada Pinkett Smith recently opened up about how she’s in a great place in her life, both on a personal and a professional level.
The “Red Table talk” host, told Stephen Colbert on Tuesday night’s episode of “The Late Show” that she is at peace and has found happiness, at 47.
“I really thought that luck had a lot to do with the pleasure of it, and I came to realize that happiness is about peace,” Pinkett Smith explained. “I am the most peaceful I’ve ever been to in my life, and I am the happiest.”
JADA PINKETT SMITH CONFESSED SHE WAS FEELING “EMPTY” IN MARRIAGE AND THE NEED TO TAKE TIME OUT FOR ME.”
In addition to the popularity and success of Facebook Watch series, Pinkett Smith revealed that it has also brought her closer to the man, will Smith.
“What’s really important is that it is over and I’ve been doing the show together — the two things in the first place was to get rid of the idea that people in the public eye, to have perfect relationships. We were pretty sick of living up to that,” she said of the image.
“We were kind of sick of the life. We were all really sick of it, and second, it is real to me, and it Will come up and talk to you about our relationship, and sometimes you see women who do it alone, or you’ll be a man and do it,” she continued.
The “Girls ‘ Trip” star also opened up about how both of them played integral role in their marriage problems, and had to acknowledge that.
JADA PINKETT SMITH AND HER HUSBAND, WILL, FELT SHE WAS ‘ABANDONED’ BY HER ENDEAVORS TO GAIN A GREATER LEVEL OF INDEPENDENCE
“With the two of us to come out and take responsibility for both our parts and even if the successful man that he is, and are willing to share, what are the pitfalls in a relationship and have a family, you can’t imagine how many successful men have called and said, ‘Wow, my wife has been saying the same thing for the last few years. As you said, it opened my eyes, and as you said, I’m willing to listen,” she said.
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Pinkett Smith added: “I think that a lot of successful people would be able to feel, ‘Hey, I know what I’m doing. I’ve had a lot of success in a wide range of areas. I know exactly what I’m doing.’ So, a lot of times, you know, it allows you to connect with your partner down a little bit.
“That’s one of the blessings of having a person who is full of love and laughter,” she explained. “He keeps the spirits high all of the time.”