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Even Justin Timberlake Must Deal With The Stress Of Being A Parent

Even Justin Timberlake Must Deal With The Stress Of Being A Parent

Even Justin Timberlake Must Deal With The Stress Of Being A Parent

Justin Timberlake and wife, actress Jessica Biel, are currently enjoying life as a married couple with a 1-year-old son. However, Timberlake recently openly described how he initially experienced a great deal of stress rather than the utter joy typically associated with being a parent. The 36-year-old singer and actor talked about it as he is scheduled to star opposite Kate Winslet and Jim Belushi in Woody Allen’s upcoming drama set in 1950s New York City.

Timberlake said that he struggled to find a balance with his new role as a parent when his son was born. “At first, it broke me down,” said Timberlake. “Those first eight months felt like those old [Ed Sullivan] shows where people are balancing spinning plates on poles — except if you drop one, they die.”

Timberlake has struggled with the result of the presidential election as both he and his wife were big supporters of Hillary Clinton. Timberlake is trying to adjust the new world of the Trump administration. “Everything feels divisive to me right now,” said Timberlake. “Everything.”

Parenting by its very nature is stressful, to say the least. Whether you are a stay at home parent or a working parent, a single parent or a married parent, mother or father, parent of one child or several children, dealing with the anxiety associated with the responsibilities of raising children is a challenge equal to the task at hand.

The Men’s Divorce Law Firm of Orlando, Florida, can help ease the stress of a divorce matter and ensure that your rights related to any alimony, child support, or child custody issue are fully protected. Call 321-DIVORCE today to schedule a consultation and follow our Twitter page for more insights about divorce and family law.

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