The divorcee revealed on her Instagram page that her divorce from Musa Danjuma made her feel like a failure.
She faulted herself for not having a flawless marriage and for the faults they both made in their marriage.
According to her she claimed she began to heal and realized she wasn’t a failure simply because her marriage ended in divorce.
Caroline stated that people are sometimes better off as friends rather than lovers. When going through a divorce, the former actress also stressed the significance of contacting a competent counselor.
She captioned her post as: ” I blamed myself for not making a perfect marriage, I blamed myself for both faults of ours until I started healing then I knew I was not a failure .
I prayed to God for assistance most importantly to forgive myself and him. Rather than hate the outcome of what was, I chose love and peace of mind for what is.
We both ain’t perfect and that is what makes us human. I dealt with the hurtful words from friends and strangers, the stigma and constant mockery without their knowledge of what truly happened.
God whispered, I am with you and that was it. My journey to finding me began and I never looked back. I came, I saw, I conquered ☺, most importantly I have found my lost identity.
Healed, restored, unprovoked, loving and blessed…#howcarolynagothergrooveback💋… Thanks to @lanreolusola who spoke through the words in the Bible to help me find my way.
Some of us are better off as friends than lovers. It is ok to see a professional counselor, you ain’t mad you just need clarification.
It is ok to fail and rise again. Let God lead you. No hate but love always. Accept your faults forgive the other and move on in peace ❤️❤️.
This is my first time talking about my divorce, not an easy journey, most times very painful moments especially if you are a perfectionist and kids are involved.
Kill the hate it will only ruin you. If you are wondering how you will pick up financially trust me you will, just stay focused and determined. Love without regrets 💋.