• Ben Affleck is open to falling in love and getting married again
  • Ben Affleck has been taking antidepressants since he was 26
  • Ben Affleck is not on the dating app, Raya, contrary to rumors 

Ben Affleck just opened up about his divorce to Jennifer Garner and said that it’s the biggest regret of his life.

Shortly after his interview with The New York Times, a source claimed that Affleck has completely moved on from Garner. In fact, he’s open to falling in love and getting married again when he finds someone special.

“Someone that is right for him and someone that his kids would love is something that time will take but he is without a doubt a relationship guy and loves romance. He is going to allow life to work itself out and if that includes marriage down the line then wonderful,” the source told Hollywood Life.

Following his divorce from Garner, Affleck jumped into a relationship with “Saturday Night Live” producer Christine Ouzounian. Even though their relationship was short-lived, Affleck dated first before Garner decided to be with John Miller.

The “Batman v Superman” star has always been open about wanting to find love. During his interview on “Good Morning America,” the actor denied the reports that he’s on the celebrity dating app, Raya.

Affleck said that he doesn’t judge those people that want to use the apps to date, but he doesn’t think that this is the right way for him.

“I would love to have a relationship that is deeply meaningful and one to which I could be deeply committed,” he said.

During the same interview, Affleck made a heartbreaking confession about his mental health. He said that he has been on antidepressants since he was 26 years old.

Affleck also admitted that he gets depressed that why he needs to take the medication. And at the end of the day, it is very helpful for him even though they have some awful side effects such as weight gain.

Throughout the past couple of years, Affleck has also been in and out of rehab due to his alcohol addiction.

Ben Affleck Ben Affleck poses as he arrives for the world premiere of "Triple Frontier" on March 3, 2019 in New York City. Photo: Getty Images/Johannes Eisele