– A man recently headed online to share some heartfelt relationship advice with his followers and friends
– In the post, the man explained how he lost his ex-wife because of his own mistakes and now he misses her
– Many people loved the advice and soon headed to the comment section to share their thoughts
Nothing sparks regret more than missing the person you once took for granted. A South African man with the Twitter handle @IamPakoMolema recently took to the social media platform to share some relationship advice with his followers about love and relationship after he lost his wife because of his own mistakes.
“On a serious note though. I missed my ex-wife deeply yesterday. I realised I’d probably keep on missing her for the rest of my life. I hope people in good relationships don’t mess up as I did. It is hard to come to terms with that kind of messing up. To all who had kind words. I thank you from the bottom of my heart.”
While many shared kind words of encouragement, others added a bit of salt to his wounds. Read their comments below:
“Karma is still going to deal with you, missing her deeply is nothing. Wait until you see her glowing, happy, and gorgeous you’ll feel pain. As if that’s enough, wait until you see her new husband, you’ll try to compare yourself with him and you’ll die from inside out.”
“You just reminded me of a male colleague who recently went through a divorce. He’s always the 1st to arrive & last, to leave at work, he’s so miserable and tell us to appreciate our spouses because he lost his wife over some “2 minutes” happiness.”
“As long as you are still breathing, I believe that you can fight for her (thats if she hasn’t moved on). Prove it to her that you are ready for commitment this time and the rest will remain in the past.”
In other news, former presidential aide Reno Omokri has advised men to ensure they are forgiven by their women before sleeping whenever they err.
According to the author, men should be scared whenever women say they are not angry despite being wronged by their lovers.
In his words:
“If you offend a woman and she says ‘I am not angry’, be afraid. It is like doctors telling you ‘you won’t feel a thing’ before giving you an injection. Only fools believes that. Please beg her before sleeping, to avoid stories that touch.”
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He’s passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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