Actress Mona Monyane has given love another shot as she is apparently set on walking down the aisle. Zimoja reports that she has said yes to her new bae as she has finally healed from her past traumas.
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"Abuthi a re 'will you be my wifey' Nna ka re "yes I'll be your wifey," the actress allegedly said.
The blog reports that Mona Monyane has said yes to marrying her new bae. She recently shared a post where she unpacked all that she learned from coparenting. She and her husband Khulu Skenjana are divorced but are good co-parents to their daughter.
“I took a few years to unpack, to unravel, to allow myself to truly feel pain. I took a few years to prioritise not only healing but also loving myself,” she was quoted as saying.
“It cost me a lot of friends, time, money, and family. It cost me to make very scary choices and decisions that considered no one else's opinion but my own. The darkness was real, especially because I never stopped believing through it all that I deserved better.”
“I had to address the fact that my father was absent while growing up. I needed to deal with my issues of sexual abuse, losing my daughter, and many other issues that were blocking me from healing. Once I faced those issues head-on, I was able to let go and let God. Even the burning down of my house was a sign that I needed to start over, and I did.”
Mona recently shared her experiences with coparenting. "Remember that your child has an independent relationship with both of you, don't make them choose between the two of you. (A relationship can fail but a parent is forever)" she says.
Mona then adds, "Choose what's best for the child" because "If your child loves you both, do your best to both be in their lives."
Mona then added that conflict is not the answer and parents should always not engage in fights. "No good comes from attacking the parent of your child because of your own issues with them," she states.
"Heal your own pain so you don't function from EGO…Heal so you can also work from a place of objectivity and maturity when dealing with the other parent."
"Don't make your drama with your co-parent your child's problem
(Our children are not here to inherit our pain and negativity, get your act together for their sake!)"
Mona concluded that she would go to the ends of the earth for her daughter, "As a mother who grew up without her dad, I made a choice that no matter what happens, my daughter will never have to suffer me trying to keep her from hers. I choose love and light above all the darkness. Even when it takes every ounce of my strength to do so. Because there is NOTHING I wouldn't do for my princess."
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