Shila Amzah, who is currently in the process of filing for a divorce from her husband, had once again opened up a Q&A session through her Instagram stories over the weekend.
From her previous sessions, the 31-year-old singer had been leaving nuggets of wisdom, especially for those who are struggling to leave unhappy marriages. Fans also took the chance to offer her words of encouragement but expressing concern for her health.
This time around, fans got personal with Shila in regards to their relationships and marriage issues. She stated on the Q&A sticker, “Share with me (positive vibes). I’m (sad) today.” As expected, she received responses from her fans; from people asking for opinions on biased parents to those who are struggling with inadequacy in marriage.
A fan opened up that she is a single mother with 4 kids, and she often feels sad too. Shila Amzah responded with a compliment on her strength, telling her that she aspires to be as strong, and called her a superwoman. While another expressed their disappointment after given fake hope, to which Shila responded with, “It’s okay, at least we know they have someone else. If they still went on with you and at the same time with someone else on the side, isn’t that sadder?”
One of the responses that caught not only Shila’s attention but also ours, is a husband expressing his feeling of inadequacy in his marriage and towards his wife. “I feel like I am not able to provide enough for my wife. I’m trying my best,” he stated to Shila which made her tear up.
She took the chance to tell the husbands out there that it’s okay if they can’t provide enough for their wives financially and materially, as long as the effort is there. “Top up (the lacking) with love and affection. God willing, your wife will feel complete.”
No wonder Shila is loved by many; not only does she interact with her fans on a personal level, it’s also inspiring to witness her strength despite the struggles she is currently enduring.
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