Do you listen to your heart?
by, Dec 15, 2012 at 02:36 AM (638 Views)
Olabisi is a Lady ti oti ri okun, ti oti ri osa.....meaning she's been through so many mountains and down valleys in various shades of garments.
She's been through two divorce.
She's a mother of two beautiful children who love her to bits.
They are her life, her love and hope.
Her first marriage collapsed because it took so long for her to conceive and when she finally did, she gave birth to a baby girl with a little challenge.
The baby as at then had a slight speech problem, she can hear but could not speak clearly.....but with a lot of help and special care she is gradually getting to a normal level.
Her first marriage collapsed as a result of the strain and stress of caring for her baby girl and traveling to meet with specialist to help with her daughter's speech problem.
She moved on and later opened her heart when she met someone she thought was genuine.
She had a baby boy but two yrs later, the center could no longer hold.
The guy wasnt really sincere. He was looking just for someone to milk dry.
He pathetically emptied their bank account under the guise of working on one project or the other that werent going anywhere.
Olabisi decided enough was enough and closed her heart.
She decided to remain a single mother.
Her main focus being developing herself and caring for her two children.
She has a lot of support system built all around her.
Her circle of friends are fantastic. Her mother and siblings take turns in baby-sitting whenever she needs to travel out of the country on business.
We had a recent discussion around if one should listen to ones' heart or head....it was a very interesting one.
Some people at times advocate or rather say to listen to one's heart whilst other advice that you should your head.....this my friends is tough.
Relationship at times is about taking a chance.
Some women this days over analyse and miss the boat and in some instance our being careful save us a lot of heart-ache..