Friday, 20 October 2017

Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham share story on her broken marriage,

Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham, formerly known as Toyin Aimakhu has opened up on her broken marriage, relationships and work life. In an interview with Broadway TV, she spoke about how she took to dr*gs to find solace from her broken marriage. She claimed that at a point in her life, she was expecting people to show her love as she didn't love herself enough. She revealed that she had to make some changes in her team and people that have access to her in order to do away with the negative energy around her. Toyin Abraham depression Read some extract from her interview below; “At a point, I realised that I didn’t love myself enough and I wanted the people around me to love me. Also, I found that all the while I chose to please other people before pleasing myself. And I was focusing on the things that did not matter,” “I didn’t plan for a broken home, I didn’t plan for a broken marriage.After my marriage, there was so many negativity and I was emotionally carried away. I realised I didn’t love myself and I wanted people around to love me. I didn’t focus on things that really mattered. I was focusing on things that don’t matter and I always choose people before me.” “I did not love myself enough. I was losing touch with things that used to work for me because I was involved with negative habits like drxgs, smoking, and codeine.All these things were empowering my negative energy. So I had to stop.” “I realised I deserved more. I focus more on bigger pictures. I decided to change my team and few people around me and I decided to change my habits.I stopped doing a lot of things. A lot of bad things that brings out the negative energy in me.” “I didn’t heal before jumping into another relationship but I thought I was going to be healed by another relationship. ”I sought for help. I changed some people and friends around me and I stopped my negative habits. "The battle is 100% over. I have lived my past behind I’m looking forward to the future. I’ll let everything that happened in the past be in the past. That’s why I agreed to change my name. I’m in the future. I thank God for giving me another chance.”