"5 Year Relationship Ends Bitterly"- As Man Cries Out Online
By Edman09 | self meida writer
Published 4 days ago - 213 views
Life is filled with up's and down's, which makes you stronger. A lesson is to be learnt from all past experiences, and take caution from it to face future obstacles.
Being in a relationship that ends in a breakup and you both part away peacefully is sweet, and if it ends with marriage better and sweeter. But getting your heart shattered in a long term relationship that is expected to be sealed by marriage is worst as you can imagine it, when you truly love the person.
A twitter user by name Dayo Ayoola took to his twitter handle to share how he ended up with his heart broken up in a 5 year relationship, when his girl friend left the country. Here is the painful thread.
He described His girlfriend omoyele as a calm girl and a cool one that needs to be avoided to have a safer heart.
After sharing his ordeal online he deleted his account and the post, but trust the power of the net, the photos is currently on circulation all round twitter.
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