Kenya News Family FAMILY Woman Celebrates Her Divorce after 6 Years of Separation, Shares Meal with Ex-Husband Thursday, August 26, 2021 at 11:05 AM by Hillary Lisimba Ugandan Nantongo Immaculate is happily divorced, something not many people can openly say In a viral post on Facebook, she explained that it had taken six years to be granted the divorce but it finally came to pass She also added that she and her ex-husband had a last meal together to officially go separate ways.
Contrary to the many stories of couples going separate ways while moving from chaos to chaos, Nantongo Immaculate is happily divorced. Immaculate Nantongo shared a meal and cake with her ex-husband to celebrate their official separation and toast to their separate futures.
Source: Facebook In what she termed as putting a stop to divorce stigma, she shared photos of herself and her ex-husband sharing a meal, as well as a “Happily Divorced” piece of cake. She added that the two had met to celebrate the end of something that resulted in two handsome boys, as well as friendship, co-parenting, and maturity. “Seven years ago I didn’t know we would be at this place sitting together and sharing a meal. How time heals everything,” she wrote on Facebook.
Letter to live a zero-stress parenting life! Immaculate was quick to note that her sentiments do not in any way intend to glamorize divorce but inspire others in a similar situation to embrace the goings-on. Not the end of life Having experienced it firsthand, she reiterated that divorce is not the end of life and that exes can still remain civil. “Life can still be beautiful, but also to let you know that God is not mad at you. Yes, he hates divorce but he loves you so much,” she posited. According to her, no parent would be happy knowing that their child is enduring a bad relationship, which by extension means that even God understands when people go separate ways. Co-parenting Immaculate opines that God hates divorce for what it does to people, as it breaks up families.
What No One Told Me and I Wish They Did” However, she believes that in the midst of a divorce one can choose to make the most out of the situation, most notably co-parenting. “It’s all about giving your kids the best opportunities in life. Making the best decisions for them,” she posed.
It is against this backdrop the one-time lovebirds met for one last time to celebrate the life they had and the individual lives they now live. She summed everything as her “Happy divorce day” and tossed it to the next chapter of her life. Signed the dotted lines In March this year, another lady named Ego Oyibo, Twitter handle @Ojornelu, went public to appreciate the high court for its role in dissolving her marriage. “Signed the dotted lines today.
Happily Divorced!” She tweeted. Most netizens concluded that the wording of her caption coupled with the fact that she saw the need to share the news in that manner could have been an indication that she had been in a toxic marriage.