Brad Pitt reveals his “psychological defect”

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Apparently Brad Pitt can’t go “backwards” in his life. The 47-year-old actor has a “psychological defect” meaning he won’t correct a mistake he’s made – even after realizing he’s done it.

He told Empire magazine: “If I’m walking out of the door and I’ve forgotten something I can’t go back and get it. It is something in my nature.

“If I’m driving down the road and I miss a turn, I have to keep going forwards. I can’t reverse. It’s some kind of psychological defect. I don’t know the reason why. I don’t like to go backwards. It’s just not what I’m good at.”

The ‘Moneyball’ star admits he has always behaved in the same way, and is focus on the next thing hindered his sporting career at school.

Brad – who was previously married to Jennifer Aniston – added: “In high school I played all the sports. I went from one to the other. I played football. I wrestled one year. I was on the diving team one year. I played tennis. I did basketball and I was capable at all of it but I wasn’t great at any of it.

“Maybe if I had stuck with one I could have been great. But it’s just that, for better or worse, I want to keep moving on.”


Below are new photos of Brad in London, where he’s leaving his family to head back to the set of ‘World War Z’.

Photos: Fame, Source

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Thursday, September 29th, 2011 at 9:09am
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September 29th, 2011 at 9:32 am

So, is this some weird, warped way of telling us that he will never go back to Jennifer? 🙂 JK.

September 29th, 2011 at 10:59 am

ZZZ999, I was thinking that too!

September 29th, 2011 at 4:45 pm

jen parts from the present boyfriend and I think the utterance in consideration of the time of returning to one person.

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