Former TV Girl Lydia K.M’s KSh 3k Breakup Workshop Causes Stir Online: “This is Nairobi”
- Lydia K.M. has confused netizens with her workshop, which will help ladies who control a broken heart to do it effortlessly
- The media worker noted that the workshop will last almost two weeks and the user will have access to the WhatsApp support group
- Lydia would do video calls the participants and there will be a professional who will guide them through their emotions
- Netizens took to Twitter to express their opinion on the workshop and most couldn't believe that anything was possible in Nairobi
TV girl Lydia K.M. sparked a mixed backlash online when she announced that she could help heartbroken fix her lonely hearts for a small fee.
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If you have experienced a broken heart, you know the pain and trauma you are experiencing, and overcoming it is sometimes difficult.
The media personality announced the story through her Instagram account, noting that she wanted to change people's views on breakups.
Lydia noted that during the breakup, she negotiated with a psychiatrist and was now able to help other people.
“I'm going to have a two-week workshop on a better breakup. I'll offer guidance on how I had a better break with the support of Dr. Woondy, a psychiatrist and content creator who truly understands the science of a broken heart.”
She gave an example of her previous relationship, where she demonized a partner who hurt her feelings, but later realized that this feeling only affected her.
“I had a lot of grumpy breakups where I demonized my former partners and I had no choice but resentment, a strong victim mentality, and a shattered view of love and relationships. We forget that all the feelings you have for another are imprinted deeper into YOU,” she said.
The podcaster noted that parting does not need to be left alone bitter, since it is possible to have a sophisticated way out and be happy and fulfilled.
After a recent breakup, she thanked one of her close friends Murugi Muñi for helping her with this.
Well, Kenyans are an interesting lot, they couldn't let history rest on that.
They noted and implied that the influencer was in business and wanted to cash in on the experience, noting that in Nairobi, people should be wary.