Ben Affleck Acknowledges Blaming Jennifer Garner for His Alcoholism, Takes Full Responsibility for His Actions
Ben Affleck Got Brutally Honest About The “Painful” Accusations That He Blamed Jennifer Garner For His Alcoholism And Said His “Behavior” Is His “Responsibility Entirely” BuzzFeed News
Ben Affleck has recently taken to social media to publicly acknowledge his alcoholism and take full responsibility for his actions. The actor and filmmaker, who is best known for his role in the hit movie “Good Will Hunting”, has been open about his struggles with addiction in the past. However, this is the first time he has publicly acknowledged that he was wrong to blame his ex-wife, Jennifer Garner, for his alcoholism.
In a lengthy post on Instagram, Affleck wrote that he had been “struggling with addiction for many years” and that he had “made mistakes and hurt people” as a result. He went on to say that he was “responsible for [his] own actions” and that he was “sorry for the hurt [he had] caused”. He also wrote that he was “grateful” to Garner for her “support and encouragement” during his recovery.
The post comes after Affleck was widely criticized for blaming Garner in an interview with The New York Times in 2018. In the interview, he said that his drinking had been “a problem” and that he had “hurt [Garner] in ways [he] can’t take back”. He also said that he had “put [Garner] through a lot” and that she had been “very gracious” in dealing with his addiction.
Affleck’s post has been met with praise from fans and celebrities alike. Many have applauded him for taking responsibility for his actions and for recognizing the hurt he caused Garner. Others have praised him for being open and honest about his struggles with addiction and for seeking help.
It is clear from Affleck’s post that he is taking his recovery seriously and is determined to make amends for his past mistakes. His willingness to be open about his struggles is an important step in the right direction and could be an inspiration to others who are struggling with addiction. It is also a reminder that we all have the power to take responsibility for our actions and make positive changes in our lives.
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