Relationships: The loving friends

I’m generally not a “bubbly” kinda girl. I’m polite, but just not “bubbly”. So it’s very difficult for most people to approach me. That was my “saving grace” in hiding from people. I was fine with my solitude and humans just irritated me. It was about a few months after the divorce and I was still angry about life in general so that’s the energy I gave off.

The first person I met who dared to cross my barrier was Nozi. She was not at all intimidated by my high electric walls. Her motherly approach just melted my ice-cold heart. Slowly I started to warm up. She refused to entertain my coldness and instead poured out nothing but love. At the time I honestly believed no one could love me. Man or woman.

Two other women that contributed to my 15% of warmth that survived during my ang-er-thon are Sandra and Risana. Sandra made sure I broke up with Shame A.S.A.P! She is the “dont negotiate with the devil” kinda girl. We met in 2001 and have been friends since.

Risana was my constant voice of reason. She prevented me from being a full blown psychopath and reminded about the importance of humour. We would have 2 hour conversations on the phone which I still cherish to this day.

NEVER underestimate the power of girlfriends in your life. I believe that God puts every person in your life-path for a reason. I salute these women! No judgement ever came from them even at my lowest – God Bless them beyond their imagination!!

Published by Elaine Mofokeng

I was born to love, learn and serve. I am a Jesus Ninja.

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