Kenya more talks Walter and relationships …
Iâ€™ve always been the noncommittal person in a relationship. I was so eager to break that spell that I was willing to settle for someone who has since proven to be not good enough for me. The mark of a real man is honesty, courage, and strength.
Walter said he loves me and he wouldnâ€™t be there if he didnâ€™t. Yet his body language, his nonchalant and often cold tone, and his lack of affection toward me said loud and clear: I DONâ€™T WANT TO MARRY YOU. So why lead me on? Why waste my time? Why humiliate me in front of the world? I was so focused on making the relationship work that I lost the one important counsel that I always give to other women: Look to a manâ€™s actions and not his words. I am embarrassed but I hope that all women can learn from the mistakes Iâ€™ve made in love.
She goes on to talk about her single life….
I appreciate all of you who have taken the time to encourage me to move on and find genuine love. Iâ€™m actually excited to be single again, because Iâ€™d rather be alone than be with someone who treats me poorly. I just need to make better choices with whom I allow in my life. Even though the relationship didnâ€™t work out, it was a blessing in disguise. God has a better plan for me, one that I could never have seen for myself. I have faith and trust in Him that the right man will find me.
Kenya also doesn’t want anyone to feel sorry for her and her situation. She says…
I thank you all for your kind words and gentle encouragement to move on and past this relationship misstep. You have shown me kindness by not laughing at my pain, and I truly appreciate you all.
Please donâ€™t feel sorry for me, because I am resilient and I am not easily broken. I will move on and love like Iâ€™ve never been hurt before and dance like no one is watching! Why? Because Iâ€™m still and will always be Gone With the Wind Fabulous!