Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Billy Bob Thornton Says Ex Angelina Jolie ‘Seems Ok’ Amid Brad Pitt DivorceCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Billy Bob Thornton Says Ex Angelina Jolie ‘Seems Ok’ Amid Brad Pitt Divorce

By Kayla Garritano

Everything’s going to be all right. On Friday, November 11, at his press junket for Bad Santa 2, Billy Bob Thornton revealed that his ex, Angelina Jolie, has been doing pretty well amid her celebrity divorce from husband Brad Pitt. According to, Thornton and Jolie were a celebrity couple who got married back in May 2000 while in Vegas. However, their relationship ended in 2002. “She seems, you know, OK to me when I talk to [her],” Thornton said. “I don’t talk to her that often, though. You know? We’re still very good friends, but she’s got her world, I’ve got mine.”

This celebrity news sheds some light on how Angelina is doing amid her divorce. What are some ways to deal with divorce drama in an effective way?

Cupid’s Advice:

Emotional hurt won’t last forever, which is something to think about if you’ve gone through divorce. Cupid is here to make the drama a little easier to manage:

1. Ignore the petty communication: If your ex is not trying to solve a solution, but rather egg on a fight, then it’s not worth a response. For example, if you dropped off your child, and your ex-partner sends you a text negatively commenting on the parenting you did, you do not have to answer. This will take out some of the fight, and you will be the more positive person.

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2. Take a break: Going through a divorce is stressful, and you’re going to feel overwhelmed. It’s okay to take a step back for a little while to give yourself room to breathe. You can’t go on with an unclear head. Get back to it when you’re ready. Make sure you are healthy!

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3. Remind yourself of the outcome: Keep positive, because once the divorce is finalized, you’re going to have a better life. Your divorce is happening for a reason, because you weren’t happy. It may seem tough now, but in the end, it will be worth it. Keep your head up and push through!

How have you dealt with divorce drama in an effective way? Comment below!