Hello Uncle T, I am a 29-year-old devastated black woman who now lives in Soweto after moving from Pretoria when I found out my boyfriend was cheating on me with my rich gay brother. I was dating this guy for 4 years now, and when I took him to one of our family gatherings, I thought he was going to finally see me as a wife and propose to me.
However, things turned bad when he cheated on me with my brother right at the party in front of my family. I don’t believe that my ex is gay, I think my brother seduced him with his money since he’s wealthy. I am so angry at the both of them, I feel like throwing them into the depths of hell and watch them burn. I don’t know what to do Uncle T, my cousins say I should let it go, but I just can’t, please help! Anonymous – Soweto.
I am so sorry learn that you were cheated on with your brother, I can only imagine the pain you are going through. I will also raise the point that I do not support the thought of wishing them bad because it will only cause more pain upon your life. My advice to you is; always wish those who hurt you the best, set them free, and let Karma do the rest while you watch from a distance.
Sometimes the best revenge we can do to people who hurt us is to not do anything at all. I know it sounds weird, but the more you fight this, is the more you rub salt unto your open wounds. Let go of this situation because the more you dwell on it, is the more you delay yourself from finding happiness. If you want to be happy in life, you have to let go of things or people that stop you from being happy.
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