Reese witherspoon dating jim toth
In 2002, Witherspoon shared her opinion on counseling with ) saying, "I don't think there should be a social stigma attached to having therapy.It's self improvement." While, ultimately, therapy wasn't enough to save their marriage, the pair should be proud of the steps they took to try to maintain their relationship."I think it can create issues with two people in this industry because there's so much noise that goes along with it." That's certainly a good point to raise.Hollywood relationships are so tough to maintain as it is—if you're young and inexperienced with the stress of everyday adult life, the odds are stacked against the success of your relationship. It was an excellent opportunity for me to really find out what it means to be a partner and to be in a marriage and it's not anything that I thought it was." Seems like the Legally Blonde actress thinks back on her first marriage as a life lesson.While we don't know the details of the role depression played in his relationship with Witherspoon, it's safe to say that the actor's struggled with it for a long time.
No relationship can last if either partner has a wandering eye.According to multiple sources, Phillippe couldn't resist the allure of other women and openly flirted with them at parties and Hollywood events.) that a supposed friend of Phillippe said he "once spotted [Phillippe] at a party with some guy friends, and they were flirting with girls all night.Phillippe addressed the pressure placed on those in the limelight in an interview with W Magazine, "I certainly understand the level of interest that comes along with a public marriage, and with being married to someone like Reese, who so many people love with good reason. At least the former couple seems to be better adjusted to the idea of having public personas, with both Witherspoon and Phillippe routinely sharing photos on Instagram with their 8.4 million and 266,000 followers, respectively.People want answers." Phillippe's ex-wife opened up about similar grievances in a 2011 interview with UK Elle Magazine (via ). Few relationships can survive without regular date nights—or even just time spent in the same room.