Scarlett Johansson, the famous actress, compares herself to a “delicate flower” and feels vulnerable and fragile. As a result, she has made a decision to avoid doing anything that might put herself in harm’s way.
Hollywood actress Scarlett Johansson (38) recently revealed in an interview that she does not use social media because she sees herself as someone who is too fragile and vulnerable. “I cannot use social media because I am too fragile. My brain is too sensitive. I am like a delicate flower. I also have enough stress in my life. I tried using social media for three days and immediately realized that I could spend up to 20 minutes looking at the profile of someone working for my friend. I understand that using social media is a waste of time.”
Johansson also stated that she feels bad about herself because she compares her life with others, such as not having the same comfort and spontaneity that many people have in their daily lives. In the same interview, the Hollywood sex symbol said that being a mother is like being in an emotionally abusive relationship. The 38-year-old beauty has an 8-year-old daughter with her ex-husband, journalist Romain Dauriac, and a 2-year-old son with her current husband, comedian Colin Jost.
Scarlett Johansson, alongside her current husband and comedian Colin Jost, has opened up about the difficulties of motherhood. According to Johansson, things became more challenging when her child turned three years old. Prior to that, she believed that motherhood was wonderful, and had never experienced any of the difficulties that people often spoke of. However, once her child turned three, she began to feel as though she was in an emotionally abusive relationship.
Johansson admits that there were times when she wanted to lose her mind. The outbursts, tantrums, and tears of a young child can be terrifying, and the intense emotions that come with it are difficult to explain. Children can be stubborn and difficult, their emotions fluctuate constantly, and it’s easy to become overwhelmed by it all.
In fact, being a child is not easy either. Children have to adapt to constant changes as they grow up, which means that their emotional states are constantly changing. Nevertheless, Johansson believes that having a child is a wonderful thing. Children are adorable and lovely, and they love you naturally. However, she admits that dealing with a child’s tantrums and sadness can be challenging.