Anerlisa Muigai is now dealing with yet another relationship, this time her marriage, coming to an end. If practice makes perfect then not a soul can actually explain what has been going on in the Keroche heiress’ life because she has had a lot of it.
She was married to Ben Pol who had enough of her and he filed for divorce. And this is the story of her life in the sense that she has always not had a problem getting into relationships; not even back when she was an obese woman.
Anerlisa Muigai has been linked to celebrities like Ian Mugoya and other rich kids like her one time guy called Don. She has also been linked to a female by the name of Natasha Johnson.
“I signed whatever was needed to be signed” Anerlisa Muigai confirms divorce from ex-hubby, Ben Pol (Photo)
And yet, at the end of the day, she cannot seem to handle a long term relationship. And I say this with all confidence because we are back here again discussing the end of yet another relationship in which she was one of the pillars meant to make it work.
And at this point, we need to advise Anerlisa Muigai to seek therapy. She needs to actually go and find out why it is that she wants to be a bride and not a wife. But she has so much more to figure out than that.
She needs to heal before she chases yet another relationship. Because at the rate at which things are going, it is beginning to look like she is incapable of being on her own. Like she needs someone’s company for her to feel complete.
And with each new relationship she gets into, she gathers more damage and trauma. And because she is the common denominator in her past relationships, she is the reason none of them have worked out.
And who knows? Maybe therapy would help her not only see that she plays a significant role in all this but what actually compels her to ruin her relationships. Perhaps it’s down to her choice in men or perhaps the secrets lie in her past but whatever they may be, only a therapist will help her if she ever hopes for a stable relationship.
My name is Ozymandias, King of Kings;
Look on my Works, ye Mighty, and despair!
Nothing beside remains. Round the decay