“A Bleeding heart leads to death”– Counselor Adofoli

Ghanaian counselor, Counselor Frank Edem Adofoli has recently sent some advice to people via social media.

According to the counselor, one should not become dead-alive because of love that cannot be sustained.

He advised that people should stop holding on to broken promises in the name of a relationship.He further stated that people should stop faking smiles just to convince people that all is well meanwhile they soak their pillows with tears at night.

Sharing on his Facebook page he added that a Bleeding heart leads to death.

The post he made reads;

“Don’t become dead-alive because of love that cannot be sustained. Stop holding on to broken promises in the name of a relationship. It is children who hold on to broken pencils but not for too long. They soon outgrow it. Stop faking smiles all over just to convince people around you all is well, and yet soak your pillow with tears at night. A Bleeding heart leads to death.”

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    Ruth Kai Botchway is a Senior Editor at Dicytrends.com. She is a graduate of All Stars Media College (2021) with a Diploma in Journalism and Media Studies. With more than two years experience in Journalism, she has served as an intern at Accra FM and worked with Green TV and Ashiaman TV. She worked as a Maritime Journalist/ influencer, producing Port and Maritime agenda initially aired on Ashiaman TV. You can reach her via email: Ruthbotch1912@gmail.com

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Ruth Kai Botchway

Ruth Kai Botchway is a Senior Editor at Dicytrends.com. She is a graduate of All Stars Media College (2021) with a Diploma in Journalism and Media Studies. With more than two years experience in Journalism, she has served as an intern at Accra FM and worked with Green TV and Ashiaman TV. She worked as a Maritime Journalist/ influencer, producing Port and Maritime agenda initially aired on Ashiaman TV. You can reach her via email: Ruthbotch1912@gmail.com

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