I’ve had a few request for me to share my thoughts about being friends with “exes” – the women who have been involved with the man you are currently with or a man you have been involved with.
My thing is this – I had no part in what has happened before me or what will happen after me, so there is no reason for me to hate these women.
So if you want to be friends then why not? but in saying that, you don’t have to go out of your way to be friends with them either.
When you’re secure in who you are, and what you stand for, the beauty, success or reputation of another women should not intimidate you, nor should it make you feel unworthy of being the “right” woman for your man.
When you stop seeing life as a competition and start seeing it as an opportunity to share the amazing things God has done for you and what He can do for others, you’re focus shifts from frivolous matters like the “X’s”, to searching for more important issues like the “Y’s”.
Like why have the cries of the West Papuan people still haven’t been heard? #FreeWestPapua
Why are there more and more children diagnosed with #AUSTISM each year and still no known cause?
Why are we losing so many kids to #SUICIDE?
These things become paramount and wake my spirit up.
Not exes, not petty wars over whose better than who.
Real life problems that people have no choice in.
You have a choice to be friends or not with “exes”, it really ain’t that deep.
So you either move on or dwell in unnecessary drama.
But my advice is to you, is choose peace over pride every time✌️