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    “I Don’t Sense I’ll Have My Heart Broken By Romance Again”: Sean Penn Opens Up About The Lessons He Has Learnt In Love And Freedom As A Single Man

    Sean Penn was married to Madonna and had a highly publicized divorce later. he was also linked to various A-list actresses including Charlize Theron and Scarlett Johansson, and even had kids with Robin Wright.

    After being in so many relationships and marriages, Sean Penn is enjoying his single life. He feels free as there are no restrictions and further hurt or betrayal.

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    Sean Penn Is Enjoying Relationship Freedom

    Sean Penn

    During an interview with The New York Times, Sean Penn shared that he is “thrilled every day” to be single. The actor shared his changed perspective on love through the years. He had been in multiple relationships and he feels he’s better without them.

    The actor shared, “I’m just free. If I’m going to be in a relationship, I’m still going to be free, or I’m not going to be in it, and I’m not going to be hurting. I don’t sense I’ll have my heart broken by romance again.”

    Penn was married to Madonna from 1985 to 1989. Later, in 1996 he tied the knot with Robin Wright, with whom he had two children – Dylan Frances Penn, 33, and son Hopper Jack Penn, 30.

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    Sean Penn Reflects On His Love Life

    Madonna and Sean Penn
    Madonna and Sean

    After being in several relationships and going through divorces, Sean Penn reflected on his love life and said, “The first thing I see in the morning are eyes wondering what I’m going to do to make them happy that day. Rarely reciprocated.”

    He felt like he was living in a season of ‘Love Island’ or ‘Housewives of Beverly Hills’. He was not doing good mentally and it was like an assault on him. He continued, “On one of my marriages, the background noise of life was a [Real] Housewives of Beverly Hills or another thing called Love Island. Not even being in the room — I’m not saying this to be cute — I was dying. I felt my heart, my brain shrinking. It was an assault.”

    Penn cleared that his friends who are “beautiful people” and are in happy relationships told him that relationships don’t have to be draining or dramatic. He now avoids drama and unnecessary trauma from relationships.

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