We think this goes without saying!

Angelina Jolie continued to open up about her split from Brad Pitt in a new New York Times interview, and the actress went into just how hard it's been for the family to adjust to their new situation.

"None of it’s easy. It’s very, very difficult, a very painful situation, and I just want my family healthy. I never expect to be the one that everybody understands or likes. And that’s OK, because I know who I am, and the kids know who I am," she told the outlet.

The Oscar winner bought the Cecil B. Demille mansion in Los Feliz to establish a new permanent residence for her brood.

"It took me a few months to realize that I was really going to have to do it. That there was going to have to be another base regardless of everything. That there was going to have to be a home. Another home. It has a lot of moments. It’s happy. Happy and light, and we needed that," she explained.

The brunette beauty has admitted she doesn't like being single, but she says having her children be there for her has been the biggest blessing.

"They really help me so much. We’re really such a unit. They’re the best friends I’ve ever had. Nobody in my life has ever stood by me more," she gushed.

This is what you call grace under pressure. Bravo Angie!