So much for seeing if the fourth time would have been the charm! Charlie Sheen has been married three times, but don’t talk to him about walking down the aisle again because he recently told Us Weekly that he no longer wants anything to do with getting hitched.

“Marriage again? Yeah, that’s ‘no,’ all caps,” the actor, 53, told the outlet. “When you’re really bad at something, there’s no reason to keep pursuing it.” Not only is Charlie, 53, not interested in taking the plunge for the fourth time but he’s completely happy staying single for now. “I am not [dating]. I am not, no,” the Two and a Half Men alum said. “There’s no place for it right now in the current landscape.”

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The Major League star was first married to actress Donna Peele from 1995 to 1996, followed by a four-year marriage to Denise Richards from 2002 to 2006. The actor then said “I do” with Brooke Mueller in 2008, but they parted ways in 2011.

Now that he’s putting relationships in the backseat, Charlie has instead been focusing on this health, as he announced in 2015 that he is HIV-positive. “I’ve got all this energy and I’m putting it into daily responsibilities, children, family and health and all that,” he said. “But I know that when I finally get back on the set with something really challenging, it’s going to be quite the journey.”

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The Golden Globes winner is also taking time to focus on his five kids. He shares daughters Sam, 14, and Lola, 13, with Denise, 47, and twin sons Max and Bob, both 9, with Brooke, 41. Charlie also has a 34-year-old daughter, Cassandra Jade Estevez, with ex-girlfriend Paula Profit.

“[Doing] simple stuff [with them] is very enjoyable because I’m right there in the middle of the moment and not always looking at my lock because I know there’s something nefarious waiting for me when I get through this moment,” he explained. Charlie also commented on how he deals with his exes and their children. “[Coparenting] can be a mixed bag, but at the end of the day, we’ll make decisions in concert with the best interest of the kids,” he added.