It's no news that we can't control what people do or how they see us, least of all, we can't control what happens and how the react to situations. It's also very sad when we try to do something right but it fails to go the way we might have planned it.
This is the case of a lady who said she took her boyfriend to go see her parents, only for him to meet her cousin sister and then all of a sudden stops talking to her. She went further to lament that this act did not only cost her their relationship but the said boyfriend and her cousin are getting married next month.
Reacting to this, this lady in Twitter had this to say, "He wasn't yours from the onset so be glad it happened like that than to progress something that is deceitful. Your own won't be snatched by any of your relatives again. A blessing in disguise."
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