Following a messy breakup, Brad Pitt is going to therapy to be a better father to his kids.
When the father of six and his estranged wife Angelina Jolie announced their separation in September 2016, the relationship between the actor and his children took a turn for the worse.
Despite his multiple child abuse accusations being denounced, the former couple have yet to come to an custody agreement over Maddox, 16, Pax, 14, Zahara, 12, Shiloh, 11, and nine-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.
However, a source close to Pitt told Us Weekly that while he and Jolie only live "just down the street" from each other, "it's never Brad or Angie that does the hand off. It's always the bodyguards and nannies."
Despite the pair's poor relationship, he doesn't let it affect his relationship with his children, as he makes sure to spend plenty of quality time with them.
"Brad doesn’t go out much with the kids or leave the house," the source said. "He prefers to keep things very private and safe."
"Brad really enjoys time with his kids," another source told Entertainment Tonight. "It's a really important time for him. The kids are his life. They mean everything to him."
So it makes sense he's taking proactive steps to become the best father to his children.