Anita Nderu
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Anita Nderu is one bubbly girl but behind the glamorous pictures on Instagram and the joyous voice in the media, she has gone through tough times.

Despite the fact that she is famous, she has taken it upon herself not only to post the good times on social media but also come out and talk about her lowest moment.

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Depression had taken a toll on her to a point she contemplated suicide. She confesses saying not many people could see it but she was suffering.

Above all even the one night I cried so much I contemplated killing myself, guys I wanted to blow my brains out, I remember only @dunn_can thought I wasn’t okay that night when he saw me, I asked myself, are they worth it? No. God has a plan, he always does just hang in there boo.
I recently addressed this issue in a WhatsApp group, the person supposed to be impartial was so rude, I cried even more.

Anita has been battling depression for the last 6 months and those months have been the worst ever in her life.

She cried a lot last year but she is grateful to her friends for always picking her calls and listening to her.

Anita Nderu
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The first time she opened up about it she just wanted to use her story to help others who are going through the same issues.

She gave her fans some insights into what she was going through while battling depression.

She said:

Every time I share my story about going through depression all of last year I get DM’s asking how did you get over it? I am very misunderstood, I came to realize that, those who care to get to know me, know I am not what they perceived. I had to identify what was causing it first and as God would have it, it is off my hands. My friends and family picked all those dramatic calls.

Anita Nderu is a people’s person and so events were her place of joy.

But last year, it was too much work to leave the house and attend an event because she just did not want to be around people.

I cried myself to sleep and cried every morning, my eyes were always puffy. I would RSVP yes to events, hire gowns etc then not go cause I did not want to be around people plus my eyes were puffy.

She continued:

The people who caused all this still sleep soundly at night, I don’t get how but they do. To each their demons, right?

She concluded her piece of advice saying that the best way to deal with people who bring in negative vibes which leads to depression is to find a way to be better, do better and live better.

Anita Nderu
However, I had no choice but to get over it and move on. I still see all of them from time to time, I will never stop being a nice person, I will however only allow positive energy and nothing else.
None of this or all of this might help you. Either way please note, assholes exist and they thrive off your misery. Find a way to be better, do better and live better.
It hurts yes, but you would rather sleep with a clean conscience than not sleep at all.
God and Karma will deal with them boo.

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