Who could've ever predicted that power couple, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's relationship would hit the rocks after all these years?
The celebrity couple had spent 12 years together prior to their separation last September and share 6 children. It was unclear what led Angelina to file for divorce but she subsequently released a statement citing "the health of the family" as a reason.
Nearly 8 months after Brangelina announced the end of their marriage, Brad has finally worked up the courage to share his side of the story in an interview with GQ style.
The War Machine actor graces the cover of the magazine's summer issue and sat down with writer Michael Paterniti for a chat during which he revealed how he's been coping with the shocking breakup, his personal struggles and as well as those of his children.
"You know, I just started therapy," he said, noting that the entire family also signed up for group counseling in the aftermath of the split. "I love it. I love it. I went through two therapists to get the right one.
The divorce took a huge toll on the Hollywood heartthrob's life in a myriad of ways and he is still dealing with all of the changes especially those that involve his children.
"There's a lot to tell them because there's understanding the future, there's understanding the immediate moment and why we're at this point, and then it brings up a lot of issues from the past that we haven't talked about. So, our focus is that everyone comes out stronger and better people — there is no other outcome," said Brad.
In addition to the custody battle that followed the separation, Brad was subject to rumors of drug and alcohol abuse.
Find out what what he says about the claims in the next page.