Monica sends message to fans from hospital bed: ‘Forgive your
Singer monica has been in the hospital for the past few days after undergoing surgery, but that didn’t stop her from sending a video message to her fans. she posted her message to her instagram page from her hospital bed, urging fans to forgive her parents.
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monica stated in the title of the publication that the hospitalization is due to complications of endometriosis.
She recorded a video message for her fans regarding something “that keeps hitting my spirits.”
After speaking with his father, as he mentioned in the caption, it became clear to him what he wanted to convey.
“your harvest is yours, you reap what you have sown. and being kind to other people [and] being loving to other people is important.”
continued, “whatever you have with your parents, even if your parents aren’t the kind of parents you should have in your space every day, forgive them, love them, and start letting go of that pain.”
the video continued in a second post: “[definitely] nailed it to my heart to say ‘let it go.’ it cannot change because the only thing we learn in life [is that] we do not control other people’s actions.”
monica shared how that forgiveness can have lasting and positive effects on the next generation.
“do what you have to do and make sure you give your children something better than what you had; break generational curses, hang out, love each other and be good to each other.”
Monica has three children of her own; two sons, rodney jr. , 16, and romelo , 13, from a previous relationship and a daughter laiyah , 7, with ex-husband of she, former nba star shannon brown.
in 2018, monica posted a series of photos of herself and her father, m.c. “Billy” Arnold Jr. , on her instagram. the caption read: “no matter what the past is, you have to let it be! great days ahead! relationships are what you make them! I love my dad; I am the only daughter of his!!”
This is her second surgery for endometriosis, a painful disorder in which tissue similar to the tissue that normally lines the inside of a woman’s uterus grows outside of it, according to the Mayo Clinic. The singer revealed to People magazine that she had been diagnosed in 2017 and underwent surgery to remove fibroids, cysts and a hernia that lasted nearly eight hours.
She said she shared the news to help and inspire other women with the disorder.
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“My reason for sharing is because we as women are made to be warriors and will ignore something that seems so simple that can be so complex,” she said. “Your uterine health is very important. I spoke about it so that people who are going through the same thing know that they are not alone.”
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