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Actress Chioma Akpotha shares three lessons life has taught her


Chioma Akpotha recently said that life has taught her some lessons.

She noted that life has been the best teacher she ever had. She is glad to be alive to learn these important lessons.

“Life has been the best teacher I’ve ever had. It has taught me to be humble and content but has also taught me to be strong in the face of adversity.”

“Life has taught me to smile when I wake up and laugh as often as I can because only through my darkest and saddest moments do I truly learn the beauty and value of a new day and a healthy able body and mind.”

“Life has taught me pain and loss, but has also taught me the bliss one enjoys when happy.”

“In all that life has taught me, I am grateful I am alive to learn and flow with the tide because it has shaped me into the WOMAN I am today.”

She’s not alone. As we go through life, we learn many lessons. These life lessons range from being content with who we are, what we look like and what we have to how to deal with relationship issues.


Many people make the mistake of not learning these lessons on time and they end up paying for it dearly.

For me, women shouldn’t forget these things:

Accepting yourself for who you are and not letting others define your existence.

Being true to yourself no matter what other people want you to be.

Trusting few people but loving everyone.

Dropping dead weight relationships that bring you down no matter who the people involved are.

Trusting your instincts no matter how good someone or something looks. If it doesn’t feel right, don’t go for it.

It’s important for women not to joke with lessons life has taught them. It helps them make better decisions in the future.

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  2. Ebube says

    Experience is the best teacher

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