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Pilita Corales shares love advice, thoughts about moving on

By: - 04/30/2020

NAKAKATUWA ang bagong episode sa vlog ni Janine Guiterrez which features her lola Pilita Corales.

Sa episode na ito, nangalap sila ng tanong para kay Pilita while Janine acts as the host.

Napatawa si Janine sa advice ng kanyang mamita kung paano raw mag-move on.

Ayon kay Pilita, hindi dapat magmukmok at agad-agad ipaalam sa buong mundo na ikaw ay single at ready to mingle na.

“You say something happened, you’ve been together for lets say one year, two years. Something happened like you did not like what he did or he did not like what you did and you break up. When you wake up tomorrow you look for another one immediately. You have to fill that void. You have to get up there is no time for crying. Nangyari na yun eh finish na. The next day you have to be alive again and let everyone know, I’m available.” sey ni Pilita.

Nagbigay din ng advice si Pilita na kapag maiin-love ay dapat magtira para sa sarili.

“When you fall in love you leave something for yourself. What happens like Jacky (Jackie Lou Blanco) and like myself, you love whole heartedly and then you forget everything. But that’s the way some people are. They forget that they should leave something for themselves.”

“Talagang pag in-love ka you will try to go the moon.” dagdag pa nya.

Para sa mga NBSB o mga no boyfriend since birth, dapat daw sila ay lumabas para hanapin ang kanilan The One at hindi puro dasal lang

“Its good to pray for a boyfriend but you have to go and choose. You’re the one who makes hanap.”

Sa isang parte, naitanong kay Pilita kung ano ang tingin nito sa boyfriend ni Janine na si Rayver Cruz at kung gusto ba niya ito.

“Yes I do. I like Rayver very much.”

Pinuri ni Pilita ang pagiging magalang ni Rayver, ang pagiging talented at mabait nito.

“I think you make a nice pair together, you and Rayver.” she said turning to Janine.

 

 

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