She heard her mother say, “You’re ugly and you have a large nose,” every day.

Jennifer Aniston (50), a well-known actress and gorgeous lady now, grew up in a terrible home with a mother who reprimanded her regularly and created major traumas. Jennifer’s mother, actress Nancy Dow, struggled to nurture a young child despite her best attempts.

Jennifer Aniston was always aware of her parents’ increasing marriage troubles, eventually leading to their divorce. She remained in the care of her mother, who continually scolded her and pointed out her physical flaws, such as her eyes being too far apart, her nose being too large, and the few pounds she had gained during puberty.

Jennifer also grew up believing she was “ugly” because she struggled in school and struggled to fit in with the group owing to a lack of confidence. Despite living with a stunning mother, she couldn’t physically or psychologically resemble her.

Jennifer relied on her mother’s erratic conduct because she had no meaningful contact with her father. Nancy once laughed in Jen’s face when she reacted strongly to her mother’s criticisms, instructing the young lady to be quiet and accept criticism in silence.

Jennifer Aniston quickly discovered that her reading disorder, dyslexia, which prevented her from fully absorbing written information, was the root of her academic difficulties. She discovered she wasn’t as bad as she had imagined, and she began to wonder if her mother’s opinions of her were correct.

Jen began to feel more confident after winning her first job in Hollywood, especially after undergoing a nose job. Her mother, on the other hand, was dissatisfied. Jennifer Aniston’s delight on “Friends” was tainted by interviews with her mother, who continued to criticize her publicly. Jen vowed she would never speak to her mother again as she was pressed against the wall by her classmates, particularly Courtney Cox. She skipped Brad Pitt’s wedding.

The traumas finally faded after years of therapy, and Jennifer now believes that, despite its hardships, growing up with her mother helped her become the resilient person she is today. “My mother spoke to me this way because she loved me and wanted what was best for me. She didn’t try to be cruel; she just didn’t realize the pain she inflicted on me would only end after years of therapy.” Jennifer Aniston stated that her childhood shaped her personality.