Kenyan singer and businesswoman Akoth Esther, popularly known as Akothee, shared with her fans the life-changing decision she made after her release from the hospital last year. The business-woman revealed that her several visits to the hospital were because she was emotionally, spiritually, psychologically and physically drained by the toxic relationship with people around her.
On a post on her social media, the singer revealed the pain she went through during her sickness. She said: 'I could not sleep at night with terrible headache, I had panic attacks and I was unable to breath normally.'
After Akothee's release from hospital, she re-evaluated her life as the doctor had advised. She wrote down a list of her worries and got rid of what was stressing her.
'When I came out alive. I started a new chapter in my life. Took a pen and paper. Wrote down all my worries. People that I feel are draining me. Relationships that made me empty after a phonecall. Businesses that drove me crazy and I could not control from where I was . I decided to bite what I can chew.' She said. The changes she made to her life have kept her healthy and out of the hospital. She was even healthy enough to celebrate her daughter's graduation, which she refers to as one of her notable achievements.
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