Chelsea Handler has revealed that she has no problem cutting people out of her life after being embroiled in a years-long feud with former BFF Jennifer Aniston, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report.
In her upcoming memoir, Life Will Be The Death Of Me…And You Too!, Handler, 44, shows off her retrospective side, as she wrote about her journey seeking therapy and working on her flaws. One of those flaws, she revealed, was severing friendships at the drop of a hat.
“I have a very out-of-sight, out-of-mind attitude when it comes to people,” Handler quoted herself telling a therapist. “It seems harsh, but I really just stop thinking about people once a relationship has been severed.”
As Radar readers know, the funny woman was locked in a years-long bitter feud with former BFF Aniston.
In 2017, Radar exclusively revealed the blonde besties had a falling out. The two first became friends when Justin Theroux’s ex appeared on Handler’s former talk show on E! years ago.
Aniston even gave Handler her first interview after becoming engaged to Theroux. As Radar readers know, the former married couple has since divorced.
Insiders previously spilled to Radar that Aniston and Handler ended their friendship after Aniston accused the comedian of spilling secrets about her second marriage.
While Handler does name Aniston directly in the book, she explained that at the age of 42, she began seeing a therapist to work on herself and relationships.
“It was a psychological work out,” Handler wrote of her meetings with a professional named Dan. “Going back to Dan week after week, knowing that I was stripping away all the layers of protection I had pent years fortifying, was particularly dreadful. I knew it was worth continuing.”
Could the therapy have helped Handler repair her broken friendship with Aniston?
A source recently revealed to Radar that the two have “moved past it and are friends again.”
Handler also received an invite to Aniston’s big bash, which was proof that they are on good terms again.
Handler explained in her new memoir that she’s trying to be a more empathetic person as of late.
“I know that I lack empathy, and I need to look out for it,” she wrote.
Handler's book comes out on April 9.