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‘How I Survived Depression,’ May Edochie Recounts Experience After Yul Married Second Wife [Video]

May Yul Edochie, the first wife of Nigerian actor/director Yul Edochie, has spoken out about how she overcame sadness after her husband married his colleague, Judy Austin.

May stated during a Facebook live session on Tuesday that many people in her comment section had chastised her for cashing out of the scenario that had broken her down.

She also stated that she does not want such a circumstance to happen to any of her enemies, if she has any.

Adding that the outpour of love and support she received from her family and fans brought her out of the depression.

She said, “I saw some few comments that May is using this to cash out and all of that and I am like okay, it’s fine, I am cashing out right.

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“I don’t wish this upon my enemies if at all I have any. Depression is real and there are different stages to it. Rather than dwell on depression, I decided to pick up the pieces of a beautiful world that I had. An amazing one that suddenly crushed. I decided to pick up the pieces and move on, rather than dwell on depression.

“It has not been easy. Am glad that I look happy and I appear strong. I am happy, I am glad that I am able to go out and do things. I am surprised at the things that I do. It’s all because of the love and support from my family and you all. These are the things that have kept me going. Honestly speaking people say I aspire and motivate them but the truth is it’s you guys that have inspired me”.

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