I left marriage so my ex-husband, I could grow – Dancer Kaffy
The mother-of-two made this revelation on her Instagram page on Monday night during her podcast session.
She said, “Marriage is supposed to be an alignment of destinies driving towards a place God wants for them. And mine didn’t really work out that way.
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“Rather than looking at somebody as the problem, sometimes you could be the problem of that person.
“Being an enabler of someone’s not being able to do what they are supposed to do can also be that you’re not supposed to be in that space.
“So there was a lot to learn and there’s still a lot more to learn.”
In the video caption, the dancer stated that separation was not the end of life for the parties involved.
“Separation isn’t the end of life for both parties involved. In fact, if you both are honest about why you have to go apart, you will realize how much better life can be,” she wrote.
The dancer added, “Some people make it back, some don’t. What is ultimate is the outcome borne out of love!”JAMB Result
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