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Their Own Rules To Intimacy

Hello and welcome to another episode of Clarissa K Explains It All, I am Clarissa K and thank you so much for joining me in the space, where we get an opportunity to share some time with each other. I hope life and time are treating you well and that you are using these moments to move forward in life, love and everything in between.
In this episode, we will be delving into the relationship of the original Mr and Mrs Smith! Gaining an insight into what makes their relationship work, why the effects on their current situation will deepen their bond, how we can learn from the relationship dynamics, and what we can gain from their language of love.

Previous Episode

The Revelation Of Their Relationship

Online conversations have been buzzing about the hot topic of Jada Pinkett Smith and the revelation of her relationship with August Alsina in 2017, during a period of separation in her marriage to Will Smith.
Jada Pinkett Smith had an open and honest discussion with her husband Will Smith on her Red Table Talk Show on July 10, which can be viewed on Facebook show. In this conversation, Jada said the space that she created in her relationship with the Singer-Songwriter August Alsina was a different kind of "entanglement". Such a buzz-worthy word that the Singer August Alsina has used the word "entanglement" in his new song that was released last weekend.
During the Red Table Talk, Mr and Mrs Smith explained that their relationship was "going through a very difficult time," which led them to break up temporarily. During that time, Jada Pinkett Smith started to develop an intimate relationship with the 27-year-old singer.
Will Smith Said of this that: "We decided we were going to separate for a period of time, and you go figure out how to make yourself happy, and I will go figure out how to make myself happy."
Jada Pinkett Smith as mentioned that: "The only person who can give permission in that particular circumstance is myself". Referring to the comments of August Alsina during an interview where he said that: "Due to the transformation from their marriage to (a) life partnership that they have spoken on several times, and not involving romanticism, he gave me his blessing."
Jada Pinkett Smith said she could understand that August Alsina "would perceive it as permission - because we were separated amicably". She added that "I think he also wanted to make it clear that he's not a homewrecker, which he's not".
Pinkett Smith said she pursued the relationship around four years ago in a bid "to feel good" but said that she and Alsina are no longer in contact.

Red Table Talk

"We ride together, we die together. Bad marriage for life".

"The King In Me"

Jada Pinkett Smith became Will Smith's Wife, when they married in 1997, first meeting on the set of The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air, 1990s sitcom which turns Will Smith a worldwide household name.
During the husband and wife Red Table Talk, Will Smith mentioned that he believed that they would never speak again. However, the couple have shown true resilience banding together and declaring that their union together is based on "unconditional love". How Beautiful!
They ended the interview in true Will Smith style with a fist-bump, adding the famous catchphrase from Will Smith's recognised Bad Boys franchise: "We ride together, we die together. Bad marriage for life".
Meanwhile, August Alsina spoke out after the Red Table Talk regarding his relationship with Jada Pinkett Smith, and his feelings for her now. In an interview with Lil Wayne on Young Money Radio program, he was asked whether he still loved Jada Pinkett Smith, where he responded, "Absolutely," adding "I will always have love for her as a person," "The experience really did help to transform me and really bring out the king in me."
This is so telling about the relationship between Mr and Mrs Smith. I am going to explore this meaning, how we can learn from the relationship dynamics, and what we can gain from their language of love.