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Ayanda Borotho’s letter to her younger self: ‘I love you. I forgive you’

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Ayanda Ngubane (sometimes credited as Ayanda Borotho, or Ayanda Ngubane-Borotho) is a South African actress and author is one of the well-known SA celebrities.

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You can catch Ayanda Borotho on Mzansi Magic drama Isibaya, from Monday to Friday at 20:30 on DStv Channel 161.

Like many many adults who experienced childhood traumas, the actress took to Instagram to share with her followers that she’s found a way to deal with the troubles from her younger days and she recommends that we all try it.

Taking to Instagram, the Isibaya actress wrote a letter to her younger self apologising to her and telling her how much she loves her.

“I love you. I forgive you. I celebrate your greatness. I see you. I honour you. You didn’t know better. You will make it. You made it. It wasn’t your fault.



Tell your younger self the things you wish you were told as a child. It heals what you didn’t heal in your childhood but took with you into adulthood. You’ll struggle to reach your full adult potential without releasing the hurt child that’s still crying for help. Pain holds us back. Wounds imprison us.
You have a responsibility to heal that girl first so you can become the woman you were ought to be(sic).”

This is the extract you can expect from her upcoming book titled ‘Unbecoming to Become: My Journey Back to Self.’

 

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I love you. I forgive you. I celebrate your greatness. I see you. I honour you. You didn’t know better. You will make it. You made it. It wasn’t your fault. Tell your younger self the things you wish you were told as a child. It heals what you didn’t heal in your childhood but took with you into adulthood. You’ll struggle to reach your full adult potential without releasing the hurt child that’s still crying for help. Pain holds us back. Wounds imprison us. You have a responsibility to heal that girl first so you can become the woman you were ought to be… Extract from my upcoming book. #UnbecomingToBecome #BecomingMe#UnlearningTheLies #TakingOffTheCoats #IamEnough #ConvosWithAyoungMe #LiveButDontLeaveYourselfBehind #Eve #SikulentoYeWovement

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