The individual has been undergoing a process of recovery. In her recently published book, “Worthy,” the performer’s goal is to break down the unrealistic expectations surrounding relationships and fame by sharing her personal experiences in her marriage to Will Smith.
While their marriage has always been in the spotlight, it received extra attention last year when Smith
Hit comedian Chris Rock.
At the Oscars, a joke was made about her that resulted in receiving backlash. However, it was not publicly known that the couple was actually apart during that time.
Pinkett Smith mentioned that although the slap and its cause are Will’s personal experiences to share, she implied that the event ultimately brought them closer together.
Last month, the Associated Press reported that they are still legally married and are actively working towards a resolution.
“We have a strong love for each other and are currently determining what that means for us. We are not considering separation or divorce,” she stated in an interview with the AP. “I am committed to my partner and he is committed to me. Let’s take a pause and focus on healing and finding a resolution.”
In her latest book, Pinkett Smith shares personal details about her adolescence, a period filled with drug sales and a search for self-acceptance amidst a chaotic setting.
For more than twenty years, Pinkett Smith portrayed an image of being healthy and happy, but in reality she was struggling with depression and a sense of despair that eventually consumed her like a “raging inferno.”
Despite appearing to have a flawless life, Pinkett Smith revealed that unresolved conflicts hindered her ability to appreciate the good things.
She admitted to “CBS Mornings” that she likely had an ideal life, but was unable to recognize it due to her own emotional pain and flaws. It was only after a lengthy journey of healing that she was able to reach a point of contentment and joy.