Brad Pitt makes heartbreaking confession about his rare disorder – “nobody believes me”

Brad Pitt‘s life may seem enviable on the surface, with his movie star status, fame, talent, and wealth. He’s been a household name in Hollywood for decades, living a life many aspiring actors can only dream of.

However, despite his success, Pitt struggles with an undiagnosed condition that has at times made it difficult for him to leave his home.

Pitt was first engaged to his Cutting Class costar Jill Schoelen for three months in 1989 before she broke it off to date the director of a movie she was working on.

Next, Pitt was engaged to Gwyneth Paltrow, who he was in a relationship with from 1994 to 1997; the two called things off prior to walking down the aisle.

In recent years, Pitt has faced both personal and legal challenges.

While reportedly finding happiness in his relationship with jewelry designer Ines de Ramon, he has also been embroiled in ongoing legal battles with his ex-wife, Angelina Jolie.

The disputes include matters such as a French winery they jointly owned.

Moreover, Pitt has revealed his belief that he suffers from prosopagnosia, commonly known as “face blindness.”

This condition affects his ability to recognize faces due to abnormalities or damage in the brain’s fusiform gyrus, which is responsible for facial perception and memory.

Despite his struggles, Pitt remains determined to address his condition and seek evaluation.

While his fame and fortune may suggest a life of ease, Pitt’s experience underscores that even the most successful individuals can face significant challenges.