What could you tell her?

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Re: What could you tell her?

Post by Zain A Blade » 13 Jun 2018, 16:06

I would say that our experiences are what makes us stronger, not weaker. In every suffering there is a gift, we are who we are BECAUSE of these experiences. How we choose to see it makes all the difference.

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Post by bookiegalke » 18 Jun 2018, 01:06

to keep on fighting for her rights and the rights of her family. that her zeal is admirable and cannot be found in many people
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Post by atonykamau » 18 Jun 2018, 02:34

To never give up and always keep hope alive your heart.

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Post by Farmgurl1 » 18 Jun 2018, 21:58

I would tell her that not all men are like Alex. I would tell her that not all mothers are like hers. I would tell her that she is strong and she can be successful and choose a different path that includes a healthy partner and a healthy family. Stay strong and focus on what you know is right and you will be fine.

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Post by AWANDO OGUTU » 19 Jun 2018, 23:57

I would tell her how strong a woman of character she is and a person to be counted on whatever the circumstance.

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Post by Abiba Alice » 24 Jun 2018, 04:22

I would commend her for her strength and for standing up for what she believes in.

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Post by Abiba Alice » 24 Jun 2018, 04:32

Wow....@Maggiechap
That actually spoke to me. Thank you

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Post by AWANDO OGUTU » 24 Jun 2018, 08:12

Bravo. She makes the title woman worthy of everyone recognition.

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