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“A Broken Heart Is Like A Sinking Ship; Don’t Sacrifice Happiness In The Name Of Love”- Iyabo Ojo

Yoruba actress Iyabo Ojo shared some words of advice, warning people to be cautious and not just sacrifice their happiness for anybody, especially people who make you miserable. Read below

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“I dont get it too, why do i have to be with someone who makes me so unhappy all in d name of love? Loneliness? Bcos of wealth? Status? Family? Society? Hell! No!! my happiness comes first always.

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I’m sure if i wasn’t happy i wont be able to give my kids n those around me so much love n happiness. Even my adopted kids love me silly & i love them too, it’s bcos am happy thats why i can give happiness thats why i can show so much love ?this is living!!!

Build great & sweet memories thats ur moment & thats all u own, Love ur God, ur self n those who love u. Run away from people who make u miserable & very unhappy, life is just too too short to waste or think of what pple will say about u, pls tell me, who made them judge over ur life, no one has d right to make u unhappy, when & if u find that root hold on to it & love it with all ur heart but if u dont pls pls dont stop living, do things that bring joy & gladness to ur soul, u will 4ever be young @ heart, note! no one is going to die with u or 4 u, learn to guide ur heart jealousy, A broken heart is like a sinking ship!!! Be careful who u sacrifice ur happiness 4!”

3 Comments on “A Broken Heart Is Like A Sinking Ship; Don’t Sacrifice Happiness In The Name Of Love”- Iyabo Ojo

  1. Hmmm… nice one

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  2. Iyabo, you need to do a sincere self appraisal to identify those attitudes in you that prevent you from finding real love
    Try hard to do things differently so that you can find love
    It may interest you, however, to know that decent men do not fancy bleaching women

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  3. Sunny you are a FOOL, nobody worth your happiness.

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