Want to help a friend? Take cue from Jennifer

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If you are a 90s kid, you must be well aware of the love story of then teen sensation Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez. They were the perfect couple and every young couple aspired to be them. When these two favourites ended their relationship, it not just broke their hearts, but their millions of fans were heartbroken too. However, Selena’s pain was redoubled when her ex-boyfriend Justin got engaged to Hailey Baldwin. During her moment of trouble, someone helped her overcome the pain. Guess who? It was none other than Jennifer Aniston.
Singer and actor Selena Gomez often talked about how she idolized superstar Jennifer Aniston, who played the iconic role of Rachel in the famous TV series Friends. If a viral clip on Instagram is to be believed, the Friends actor helped the singing sensation overcome her heartbreak following her separation from ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber.
In that viral clip, Selena is seen saying, “It was kind of like a friendly meeting.” Like a smitten-lover and a fangirl, Selena described Jenny a ‘she is amazing’. The singer also confessed in the video that it was Jennifer Aniston who supported her during her darkest hours and Jenny’s wise words and maternal advice helped her heal from inside.
If you are wondering how Jennifer helped Selena overcome something which even rehabilitation failed to do, it was simple but powerful advice—the Friends actress told Selena to learn how to love herself without a man. Just like Jennifer Aniston, who struggled a lot to overcome her break-up with heartthrob Brad Pitt, Selena to let go of her past once she learned to confront her pain and found the inner strength and confidence to script the narrative of her life, without the help of anyone, without the help of a man.
If you have a friend who is struggling to get over after a break-up, remember to pass on the advice of self-love that Jennifer Aniston had given to Selena Gomez. You need to be happy inside before seeking happiness outside. Overcoming heartbreak is not easy and you can move on with your life after a break-up only with the love and guidance of supportive friends and family. Armed with Jennifer’s advice, are you ready to help a friend in need to love and support?

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