– Nollywood actress, Anita Joseph, has taken to social media to share her take on communication in relationships
– According to the newly married curvy star, nobody is too busy to talk to the one they love
– Anita said that if bae does not talk to you every day, then there is no love
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Love is a topic that seems to take centre stage on social media as people have been known to share hot takes on issues of love and the importance of communication in a relationship.
Nollywood actress, Anita Joseph, recently took to social media via her Instagram page to share her two cents on communication and how it shows where a relationship stands.
According to her, people who truly love you will always find time to talk to you as no one is ever too busy to talk to the one they love.
In her Instagram post she wrote: “Some people talk to you in their free Time. Some others free their Time to talk to you. LEARN the DIFFERENCE !!!
No one is ever too busy for the ones they LOVE. If your bae does not talk to you every day, then you two ain’t In love!! I hope this met you well, but if it didn’t soweeiiiii”.
See the post below:
Just recently, Bioreports reported that Anita Joseph disclosed how she copes when her husband is not around, in a recent interview.
The actress who recently tied the knot with the love of her life, Micheal Fisayo, made the disclosure in a recent interview with The Sun.
Fielding a question about how she keeps her need for intimacy in check when her husband is absent, the actress noted that she has the situation under control.
According to her, they have a steady line of communication and not a day goes by without them talking to each other.
Joseph went on to note that she ensures her man satisfies her in bed properly before he travels. She added that he does it in such a way that her need for intimacy is well catered for up to a week.
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