– Renown pastor and motivational speaker Dr K N Jacob gave a warning to people keeping contacts with their ex-lovers during new relationships
– The man of God warned such people only end up losing both lovers and their sanity
– He said anyone still in touch with his or her former partner should get serious with life
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A Kenyan pastor has warned that keeping in touch with an ex-lover while in a relationship is outright foolishness.
Dr K N Jacob who is also a popular relationship coach and motivation speaker said anyone still keeping in touch with his or her ex should get serious with life and stop “double-dealing”.
Taking to his Facebook on Friday, March 19, the man of God said such people always end up losing both the lovers and their sanity.
“You can’t have your cake and eat it at the same time. Maturity calls for decisiveness. Make up your mind and live with your choice.
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“Double-dealing may seem cool to you at the moment but it is foolishness – you’ll end up losing both lovers and lose your sanity. Respect yourself and take a stand. Invest your time and energy on building that which lasts. Lust kills,” he warned.
Meanwhile, a couple of days ago, the renowned motivational speaker celebrated his daughter’s sweet 16 by gifting her a car.
The proud dad went on social media to share lovely photos of daughter Ivy with her new ride and also one in which he and his wife joined her to celebrate.
The author also noted youths with work experience in his area are more attractive to universities and parents may also not be available to drop their teens to and from work.
In a separate story, psychotherapist and relationship coach Benjamin Zulu recently said long-distance lovers do not necessarily need excessive communication for their relationships to succeed.
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Zulu said a man and a woman in a long-distance relationship need to communicate regularly to make their unions work.
The vocal public figure said lovers should not expect unrealistic attention from their partners, especially when they are geographically apart because people are always busy.
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