People are no stranger to what happened to of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, as well as the “Ad Astra” star and his adoptive son’s, Maddox, broken relationship. Though it’s been quite a while since they spoke, will Pitt —given the chance— take the necessary action to mend their estranged relationship?

People couldn’t help but give their two-cents about Pitt and his son with Jolie situation. Just a second though, don’t go “what-the-hell-do-they-care” on them because these advices are coming from a good place.

Take, for example, Wendy Williams. The host of “The Wendy Williams Show” reportedly gave an advice concerning Pitt and Maddox’s “father and son feud.” The American television and radio presenter said during the Friday’s episode of her show that Thanksgiving could be a perfect to have a “well thought out family dinner,” Pop Culture reported, noting In Touch Weekly’s news.

The 55-year-old media personality reportedly added that Pitt and Jolie would have to put their differences aside for their other adoptive children.

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Pictured with their six children, U.S. movie stars Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie arrive at Haneda Airport in Tokyo on Nov. 8, 2011. Getty Images

Analyzing the surrounding circumstances, Williams said that Pitt had enough resources to fly to Korea, where Maddox is currently studying college —that is if he really wanted to reconnect with his son.

William’s advice went as far as suggesting for Pitt to leave Jolie out of it and to stalk his son in the name of love. There had been several news claiming that Jolie tried to help out mending the father and son’s estranged relationship but Maddox was reportedly unreceptive.

Pitt and Jolie parted ways in 2016 because the “Ad Astra” was reportedly verbally and physically abusive. His alleged altercation with son, Maddox, was reportedly the last straw. Since then, Pitt and Maddox relationship were never the same.

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Brad Pitt gets to spend time with his six children every now and then since his divorce from Angelina Jolie. Pictured: Jolie-Pitt family arrive at Haneda International Airport in Tokyo on July 28, 2013. YOSHIKAZU TSUNO/AFP/Getty Images

There are some things —bad stuff— that are too big to recover from. According to an article published in YMC, certain traumatic encounters between parents and children like violence, drug use or alcohol abuse, are incidents which may take a while for a child to recover from. In addition, mending a damaged relationship due to traumatic events may require professional help.

Providing additional understanding on how to deal with estranged parent(s) and child(ren)’s relationship, the article suggests that a parent needs to take into consideration the child’s feelings about his or her parent’s behavior without the parent feeling the need to defend his or herself.

After the unpleasant encounter, the family needs ample time to regroup, and thereafter, allow the child to communicate what he or she feels. Should there be a need to, or if it was really the parent’s fault, he or she would need to apologize. The parent would also need to set as an example to the child by walking his or her talk.

Pitt had been reportedly doing the necessary steps to make things right with himself after his split with Jolie and one can only hope that his progress will continue leading to reconciliation with his estranged son. Time heals wounds after all.