Former Big Brother contestant Naija (Shine Ya Eye) Angel Smith said her anxiety increased after participating in the reality show.
In an interview with Saturday Beats, she said: about me.
There was a whole internet story about people misinterpreting history and even lying to me. It was hell.
I’m still having trouble logging into the internet.
Sometimes I laugh at it, but it keeps my space very tight. I’m not a cute angel who talked to fans.”
On the inspiration for the “Blood, Bones and Water” podcast, she said: Abuse, boyfriend’s death, homelessness left home.
I feel like the universe is making fun of me and I experience everything using social media which looks funny. because it’s quiet “Sometimes people judge someone for always being sad.
That’s why people are voting for a quiet fight. I started a podcast to normalize the vulnerability.
I want people to feel safe in their vulnerability.”
“I always roll my eyes when people in sadistic relationships are told to leave.
Some people leave and the criminal kills them, so it’s not easy to leave.
Many factors need to be taken into account. an approach.
People in these situations should turn to friends, family, therapists, or anyone who can help them.
They must always be sure that they are surrounded by people.
They also need to make sure they are never alone with their abuser.
You should also let your loved ones know that if something happens to you, you will hold the person responsible accountable.