In my magazine readings I often spot many articles about Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie. These resident do gooders and parents to a basketball starting line up seem to be living their lives in perpetual bliss. Angelina has resorted to being mother instead of starlet and sexpot and Brad is all in the forefront (with people actually pushing for him running for mayor of New Orleans…) but there’s one casualty as a result of their break up.
Now we’ve always known Jen to be friendly but in recent years (read: since Brad got with Angie) it’s gotten a little scary. I’m actually excited to see her new movie because I like her as an actress, but I am also anxious to see what kinda chemistry she had with her male co-star. Why? Because in every single movie Jen has put out since Brad left she cozies up to the male lead, but it never last. So…I am left to ponder if it is a publicity stunt or if she really does have genuine feelings for these Hollywood Casanovas.
However…if it’s not the co-stars she’s been dating it was John Mayer (who I find adorable) and while many people think that the way he broke things off with Jen and then led her on was completely wrong I disagree. I’m probably breaking Yaya code 32.40-11 for this but I really believe Jen has some type of neuroses that keeps her from keeping a decent upright guy. Well…actually it seems she changes them from being decent and upright to being complete and total buttholes.
So anyways, this kinda got me to thinking…why do these men keep leaving a reasonably attractive and ‘independent’ woman? Could it be because for all of her successes and her financial prosperity that she is not as independent as we may think. To me, she’s the poster child for dependence and desperation (much like Three Ways discussed a couple of weeks ago). She is needy and clingy and likely has just a smidgen of low self esteem (I dunno why though)
So ladies and gents any idea of what’s wrong with Ms. Aniston? Have any of you ladies experienced this dating issue where you can seemingly never get and keep a good guy? Is it them or us? And how do emotions play a part in this?