In a recent interview, Ben Affleck has made it clear that he never intended to blame his ex-wife Jennifer Garner for his struggles with alcoholism. The actor and director, who has been open about his past struggles with addiction, made the comments in an interview with The New York Times in March 2021.

Affleck said that he has “the utmost respect” for Garner and that he “never, ever blamed her” for his alcoholism. He went on to explain that the two of them have “worked really hard to make sure that our kids are surrounded by love and that they have a beautiful, safe, stable home environment.”

The actor also shared that he has been sober for over a year and that he is grateful for the support he has received from Garner and their children. He said that he is “lucky to have the love of my family and friends, including my co-parent, Jen, who has supported me and cared for our kids as I’ve done the work I set out to do.”

The couple, who were married from 2005 to 2018, have three children together. Affleck has been vocal about his struggles with addiction in the past, and he has been candid about the toll it has taken on his personal life. He has also been open about his journey to sobriety, and he has credited Garner for her support during this time.

Affleck’s comments in the interview were in response to a question about his relationship with Garner and how it has evolved since their divorce. He made it clear that he never intended to blame her for his struggles with alcoholism and that he is grateful for her ongoing support. His remarks demonstrate the respect he has for his ex-wife and their commitment to providing a stable and loving home for their children.

By Influencer Magazine UK