Ghanaian counsellor, Frank Edem Adofoli, has given thumbs up to Yvonne Nelson.
The actress received criticism from some people after she launched her memoir ‘I Am Not Yvonne Nelson’.
Yvonne and Sarkodie were in the news and trends for weeks after the former revealed an abortion she had for the rapper in the memoir.
In a post sighted by Zionfelix.net, Counsellor Adofoli thanked Yvonne Nelson for the good work done.
He told her not to let anyone make her feel bad or guilty for telling her story.
The popular counsellor thinks the book also revealed things hidden as far as society is concerned, apart from her life and story.
Counsellor Adofoli further advised the actress to stop listening to ‘Try Me’, a song Sarkodie released to react to Yvonne’s claim.
He wrote: “Dear Yvonne Nelson, Thanks for letting us know that making mistakes is better than faking perfections. Your book did not only reveal your life and your story but also the things we hide as society. Don’t let anyone make you feel bad or guilty for telling your story. You don’t need to explain yourself because many people only understand you from their level of perception.
For your own peace of mind, stop listening to the song of your ‘former friend’. Don’t try him for you have nothing to prove. He mistook your pain for an attack on his image and integrity. He sang out of anger so don’t take the words of the song to heart. That is why you have to stop listening to it.
You two are good people who made some mistakes in the past, let the lessons learnt make you a better person and not a bitter one. You need counseling or therapy. Pain can shut you down, make you overthink and lose trust. In conclusion “Experience makes you more patient, and you are most patient when you ignore insults” – Proverbs 19:11 (ERV).”