Maxene Magalona shares lesson she learned from her marriage with Rob Mananquil

Maxene Magalona shares lesson she learned from her marriage with Rob Mananquil

- Maxene Magalona just shared the most important lesson she learned from her marriage with Rob Mananquil

- According to Maxene, in her viral online post, "Give yourself to God before you give yourself away"

- She then went on to pen a lengthy post about her lesson and told her followers to "never chase" but "attract"

- Aside from this, Maxene also posted another set of wedding photos on her Instagram taken by Mango Red Studios

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Maxene Magalona, in her latest online post, just shared the most important lesson she learned from her marriage with Rob Mananquil.

Earlier, the Kapamilya actress made headlines when she announced the end of their marriage via an online post on her Instagram.

Following this news, KAMI learned that Maxene posted another set of photos from her wedding with Rob which were taken by Mango Red Studios.

Maxene Magalona shares lesson she learned from her marriage with Rob Mananquil
Maxene Magalona shares lesson she learned from her marriage with Rob Mananquil (@maxenemagalona)
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In her online post, Maxene shared that the most important lesson she learned from their marriage was to "Give yourself to God before you give yourself away."

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According to Maxene, she believes that most relationships don't work out due to people's "unresolved trauma and unprocessed pain from childhood."

On her Instagram account, she penned a lengthy post about it and went on to remind netizens to "never chase" but "attract."

"I believe one of the reasons why most relationships don’t work is because people come into them with unresolved trauma & unprocessed pain from childhood. When two wounded souls come together, no matter how great things are at the beginning, they will end up unconsciously projecting their traumas and pain onto each other if neither of them do the inner work to heal.

"This is where conscious coupling comes in. Instead of just dating & courting each other at the beginning of a relationship, I highly recommend having a very honest conversation about your intentions as to why you want to have a relationship in the first place. Get real and vulnerable by discussing things like your past traumas, mistakes and heartaches. Things that trigger you. Your fears and uncertainties.
"It’s nice to have fun & lighthearted conversations especially at the start of a relationship but I believe what will truly make it last is when we can just be completely honest with each other and have deep and meaningful conversations—especially the uncomfortable ones. This will help you determine whether or not you want to continue with the relationship and if you think it will work. This will save you time and unnecessary pain.
"If you are currently in a happy & stable relationship, I encourage you to constantly ask each other how you feel and hold space for each other with no judgment. Spend quality time and be present. Cry about your worries & fears and then laugh about them together, too.

"If you are in an unhappy relationship, it’s best to have an honest, heart-to-heart conversation and ask yourselves if it is worth holding on to something that isn’t making your soul smile anymore or if it’s better to just gracefully & lovingly let go so that both of you can move on to the things that are truly meant for you.
"If you are single, focus on working on yourself and embody the traits that you want in a partner. Heal so that you can be a better human. Offer your healing to God and He will bring you in alignment with your soulmate. Never chase. Attract."

Read her full post and swipe left to see another photo:

Maxene Magalona is an actress and social media star in the Philippines. Her father is the late rap legend, Francis Magalona. The actress revealed in May 2020 that she has been seeing a psychiatrist due to her mental illness.

As previously reported by KAMI, Maxene Magalona has stirred online buzz with her latest post on Instagram. In her viral post, Maxene posted a photo taken by The Proud Rad from her church wedding back in 2018. She then penned a lengthy message about love, relationships, as well as losing a loved one.

Meanwhile, Maxene Magalona has opened up about the advantages of being single and childless. Because she is single and childless, she is able to do anything she wants at any given time. She watches movies alone, goes on solo drives, and dine out on her own. The star recently purchased crystals for her spiritual practices and ate alone at her favorite Korean restaurant.

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