I cried in bed all day after my cheating husband divorced me – Juliet Ibrahim recounts

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Juliet Ibrahim

Thursday October, 10, 2019 was World Mental Health Day a day for global mental health education, awareness and advocacy against social stigma.

This year’s celebration was under the theme suicide prevention.

In commemoration of the day, thousands of people around the world including actress, Juliet Ibrahim, shared their heartbreaking experience and how they overcame suicidal thoughts.

The screen goddess recounted the pain she went through after her then husband, Kwadwo Safo Jnr divorced her.

Juliet, in a post on Instagram which was sighted by Ghana’s most credible entertainment and news website – BrownGh.Com, shared pages of her ‘A Toast Of Life’ book narrating life after divorce.

She said she thought her life was over during that period because people blamed her for being the cause of their separation.

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The thespian stated that they said if she could have hold her marriage in high esteem and not her acting career things wouldn’t have turned sour.

Ms. Ibrahim admits the divorce deeply affected her mental health as she incestanly heard voices telling her life was over.

“#WorldMentalHealthDay mental health illness is fast growing amongst us all and I am glad a lot of people are talking. Speaking out & not dealing with issues in silence is one major step in beating mental health issues. In @atoastolifebook I had to go through alot alone. I had to learn that I needed to share these things in order to heal and be a better person. In a world with so much societal pressure, peer pressure, keeping up appearances, trolling and cyber Bullying we need to look out for our friends and family and also develop the culture of talking about things that affects our mental state of mind. Keeping it inside is never the solution. It’ll all become better if we all can learn to speak kind words to each other and make the world a better place. #saynotocyberbullying #saynotosuicide.

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#WorldMentalHealthDay  mental health illness is fast growing amongst us all and I am glad a lot of people are talking. Speaking out & not dealing with issues in silence is one major step in beating mental health issues. In @atoastolifebook I had to go through alot alone. I had to learn that I needed to share these things in order to heal and be a better person. In a world with so much societal pressure, peer pressure, keeping up appearances, trolling and cyber Bullying we need to look out for our friends and family and also develop the culture of talking about things that affects our mental state of mind. Keeping it inside is never the solution. It’ll all become better if we all can learn to speak kind words to each other and make the world a better place. #bekind #saynotocyberbullying #saynotosuicide

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7 COMMENTS

  1. Charlie divorce is separate subject on its own. Trying to always look happy for others, might end up hurting you and those you love.

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