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'Walang Magagawa Kung Gaganti Ka,' Michelle Madrigal Shares Realizations From Past Relationships
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  • Michelle Madrigal and her sister Ehra Madrigal revealed secrets about them in a tell-all vlog.

    The sisters got together for the first time since the pandemic. Ehra said she and her husband have moved to Batangas, and are enjoying the slow-paced, laid-back life by the beach. 

    Michelle went to Thailand and the Philippines recently with her new partner Kyle, whom she met through a dating app. 

    READ: Michelle Madrigal, Ex, And New Partner Show Us 'Co-Parenting At Its Finest'

    Netizens were amused by the questions the sisters answered in the game, Never Have I Ever, which revealed a lot about their previous relationships.

    Michelle shared how dating apps helped her in finding love. "Yung isa ex- husband, yung isa future husband na, charot." Michelle met her ex-husband Troy Woolfolk through Tinder. Their divorce was finalized last year.

    She stressed, she uninstalls the dating app after she found her new beau, "First and last date ko dun, then I deleted it."

    Ehra pointed out how things happened really fast, to which Michelle replied, "Ganun talaga pag may mga anak na."

    When it comes to being unfaithful, Michelle admits to this because of a past heartbreak, but said, "Gumanti lang din ako. Sinaktan nila ako, sabi ko kung kaya mo kaya ko rin, pero nung bata pa ako nun."

    "Dahil nga dun sa heartbreak ko na sobrang depressed talaga ako, I really promised na I dont ever want to feel this way again," she added.

    The mom of one shared her realization, "But it doesn't really help. Walang magagawa kung gaganti ka maggagantihan kayo, walang outcome na magandang mangyayari."

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    When asked if they checked their partner's phones, the sisters said they did. "I have in the past, mga cheaters dyan, it's the instinct women, it's normally correct," Michelle said.

    "In any decision that you make pag may gut feel ka na na I don't feel good about this, but minsan kasi tayong mga babae kung anu-ano na ung naiisip natin na siguro nambababae ito."

    "Having that open communication is really important," she stressed.

    How to communicate better with your partner

    “Communication is what keeps couples on the same page and feeling like they are solving problems together rather than against one another,” says Sarah Epstein, a licensed marriage and family therapist in Philadelphia and Dallas, in an article by Forbes.

    According to experts, these are some of the signs that you have an open and honest communication line with your partner:

    • You pay attention and listen when your partner speaks
    • You validate their thoughts and emotions
    • You don’t raise your voice

    Having open communication is also what keeps Iya Villania and Drew Arellano's relationship together, even after four kids. Read more about it here.

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