Mona Skenjana embarks on a social media detox to ‘truly heal’

Mona Skenjana embarks on a social media detox to ‘truly heal’

- After revenging so much negative judgement and hate, Mona has decided to switch off from social media for a while

- the passing of her second child brought a lot of hate and judgement from others

- Mona feels that she needs to remove herself from social media o that she can 'truly heal'

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Social media has allowed for a lot of people to cowardly attack others, and it has caused a lot of damage. Mona Skenjana has not been allowed the space to heal because of cyber bullies and she has had enough.

One can never really 'get over' the death of a child, but that does not mean that they are not entitled to heal.

Briefly.co.za has seen how Mona Skenjana and her hubby have been torn apart on social media following the death of their second child.

Little Amani-Amaza Wamazulu Skenjana was just a week old when she passed.

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The public felt that, falling pregnant just a few months after giving birth to her first, Mona was being too hasty and should have waited.

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Mona has decided to take some time off from social media to ''truly heal''. The judgement and hate that has been thrown to her and her family by cyber bullies, has really taken its toll.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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