Although Jennifer Aniston has had a near-flawless career and is happy to admit that her "life is quite extraordinary," the 45-year-old actress has definitely had her fair share of hard times when it comes to her personal life.

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Aniston reveals she was diagnosed with dyslexia in her mid-20s

The 'Friends' alum, who usually remains tight-lipped about her private life, spoke candidly about a variety of topics in the latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter, including her issues with dyslexia and her high-profile divorce from Brad Pitt.

Aniston, who is now happily engaged to her 'Wanderlust' co-star Justin Theroux, said she has definitely moved on from the breakdown of her marriage that happened almost a decade ago.

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"We're not in daily communication," she told the magazine about Pitt. "But we wish nothing but wonderful things for each other. Nobody did anything wrong. You know what I mean? It was just like, sometimes things [happen]. If the world only could just stop with the stupid, soap-opera bulls**t. There's no story."

Letting go of her past struggles may be the best thing for the Golden Globe-nominated actress, she added, "I'm a control freak. I like to be in charge of everything. My life was so out of control growing up, it's very important today for it to be in control."

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Aniston also spoke openly about finding out she suffered from dyslexia during her mid-20s, which hurt her self-esteem during the early years of her career.

"The only reason I knew [that I had it] was because I went to get a prescription for glasses," she said. "I had to wear these Buddy Holly glasses. One had a blue lens and one had a red lens. And I had to read a paragraph, and they gave me a quiz, gave me 10 questions based on what I'd just read, and I think I got three right. Then they put a computer on my eyes, showing where my eyes went when I read. My eyes would jump four words and go back two words, and I also had a little bit of a lazy eye, like a crossed eye, which they always have to correct in photos."

Before being diagnosed, "I thought I wasn't smart. I just couldn't retain anything."

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Aniston also commented on getting snubbed by the Oscars for her role in the gritty drama 'Cake.' "I know a lot of people were sorry," she graciously said. "I feel I've gotten such wonderful love - I had almost more phone calls and flowers than I did for any other nomination [in the past]."