During a recent interview, Jennifer Aniston disclosed that maintaining romantic relationships has always been a challenge for her. She attributes this difficulty to her parents’ failed marriage, which ended in divorce when she was just nine years old. Although experiencing tumultuous relationships as a child can have an impact on future relationships, Isabelle Morley, a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in couples therapy, suggests that healthy partnerships can still be achieved. One way to achieve this is by identifying one’s attachment style, which can be altered by reading resources or seeing a therapist. Additionally, it is possible to learn from successful couples, observe how they handle conflicts and move forward. By reframing past experiences, like avoiding raised voices or communicating directly with one’s partner, individuals can build healthier relationships. Despite any setbacks, finding a partner willing to build a new life together can lead to happier and more fulfilling relationships.