After 3 years, Sussanne Khan finally REVEALS why she ended her 13-year marriage with Hrithik Roshan!
The couple parted ways in 2013 and got officially divorced in 2014, ending their 13 years of marriage.
Three years ago when the news of Bollywood couple Hrithik Roshan and Sussanne Khan’s divorce came about, it left everyone stunned and shocked.
Hrithik-Sussane’s marriage was one of the few super successful stories in tinsel town that survived many rumours and their bond seemed rock solid. The couple parted ways in 2013 and got officially divorced in 2014, ending their 13 years of marriage.
The failure, of this 13-year-long marriage, led many to believe that perhaps high profile marriages suffer the similar sad fate.
Now after three years of silence, SussanneKhan has finally revealed the real reason for her divorce with Hrithik Roshan.
"We had reached a stage in our lives where I decided that it is better we weren't together. It was important to be aware and not be in a false relationship. We are close (friends)," she said in an interview to a popular online magazine.
Sussanne and Hrithik have also maintained that the couple have been friends and make sure that they don't let their differences affect their relationship with their kids.
In these past years since their divorce, both Hrithik and Sussane have been handling their relationship in a very mature manner.
Not only is Sussanne seen taking regular holidays with her boys she also posts pictures on social media of her babies with their dad Hrithik Roshan. Case in point is the New Year vacation to Dubai with their kids.
The ex-couple has also been spotted together for dinner outings and other social events. A few months ago Sussanne also posted a picture on her Instagram where both she and Hrithik were seen having a good time in the company of mutual friends Twinkle Khanna and Akshay Kumar.
Co-parenting after a divorce
But if you too have been wading through the tricky waters of co-parenting or are in the midst of a divorce where growing kids are involved then psychologists suggest that it is best that the parents handle the situation in the most mature manner. Here are some tips if you are considering co-parenting your kids.
- Forget the bitterness: A failed marriage always involves broken hearts and frayed emotions. But despite the bitter feelings if you choose to give your kids a fair time with both parents then it is important that you let go of negativity in between. When you are together as a family rise above any differences and just give your kids a happy experience of having both their parents together with them.
- Respect each other: Always remember that your spouse is also your kid’s father/mother. They need to learn that they must respect both of you.
- Do not treat your kids as silent listeners: Sometimes you may want to share with your kids on how you felt wronged but hold your horses. Remember the kids are much younger and they do not need any negative energy so early in their lives. Also, it's unfair to give any forced perspective.