You can either address it or you pretend until it blows up at some point," he continued. "For us, we chose to fight for our love, for our family to give our kids a different outcome—to break that cycle for black men and women."
Jones also asked whether the rapper had advice for anyone who's caused pain in their marriage, and Jay-Z came back with some spot-on sentiments.
"The best apology is changed behavior," Jay-Z replied. "You have to acknowledge the pain and you have to let that person have their say."
"You have to get on the floor, get on the mattress. You have to work through it. Really be honest," he noted. "It takes a while. It's hard. It's difficult to hear, difficult to stay, difficult to listen to that kind of pain—but you have to be strong enough."
These two are proof that true love conquers all!
This article originally appeared on InStyle.com.