Brad Pitt spoke about loneliness and quitting in a frank interview | Entertainment

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Brad Pitt became frank in an interview with the August issue of the magazine QG.

The 58-year-old Oscar winner spoke about where he sees himself in his career, feelings of loneliness and how he put his health first by quitting smoking and attending Alcoholics Anonymous.

Pitt said he quit smoking during the pandemic, choosing to quit cigarettes entirely because trying to cut it down wasn’t working.

“I don’t have the ability to do just once or twice a day,” he told the publication. “It’s not in my makeup. I’m all business. And I’m about to drive into the ground. I have lost my privileges.”

Another vice he overcame was giving up alcohol six years ago. He spoke in detail about his stay in A.A. for a year and a half.

“I had a really cool men’s group here, very closed and selective, so it was safe,” he said. “Because I’ve seen other people’s stuff that was recorded as they poured out their guts, and that’s just awful for me.”

While many might expect him to be an outgoing butterfly, Pitt shared, “I’ve always felt very lonely in my life, lonely growing up as a child, lonely even here, and really, until recently, I didn’t feel more inclusive.” my friends and family.”

The Hollywood heartthrob spends more time behind the camera as a producer these days. According to him, this is purposeful, as he plans what will happen next in his career.

“I consider myself on my last legs, in this last semester or trimester,” he said. What will be in this section? And how do I want to arrange it?

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