Lillian Muli has been trying to help her many followers on Instagram the past few months. Her advice to her fans and followers has been mainly based on relationships and how women can navigate them better.
Yesterday, Lillian hosted a Q and A with her fans and followers where she spoke about her experience as a victim of emotional and mental abuse from her previous relationships.
And the reason for her miasma of bad relationships was because she attracted a certain type of man. The Citizen TV presenter went on to advise her fans that in order for one to be free from such, they should take time to heal.
“It is sad to see so many people in pain. I have seen all your messages and for those who have lived through that and overcome I am so happy for you. I have to go to bed now but after going through the same at least twice in my life I realized I was attracting the same character in my relationships because I attracted to a certain type. You must put an end to attracting a certain type. Take time to heal and then really take time before you open up to someone else,” Lillian added.
The TV news anchor advised those who had had terrible relationship experiences to be careful with those who they shared those experiences with unless they trust them fully.
“Do not share too many intimate details about what went wrong previously in your life in terms of abuse unless you are 100 percent sure about the person you are opening up to. Chances are they might use your vulnerabilities against you and really do you wrong based on what they know about your greatest fears,” added Lillian Muli.
Lillian has had two high-profile relationships with her first husband Moses Kanene, then after their divorce she dated Shabana FC owner Jared Nevaton.
In late 2018, she complained about him saying that she wasn’t happy dating a community husband before later on deleted her post.
The last few months, her posts about relationships have taken a different slant with them been more oriented on her getting closure, if you get my drift.
Are they still together? That’s the million-dollar question.