- Candice Modiselle has shared with fans that she's ready to step back from helping other people and concentrate on herself for a while
- The Generations: The Legacy actress said she's become used to being the friend who can everyone can turn to and it's taken a toll on her
- Candice is now determined to set out boundaries in order to protect her own space and emotional well-being
Candice Modiselle has taken to social media to reveal that she's ready to do things a bit differently. The star said she's over being the "strong" one in all her relationships and is at a place where she'd like to concentrate on herself.
Candice revealed that she often goes above and beyond in her friendships and relationships and it's taken a toll on her.
The actress, who is also Bontle and Refilwe Modiselle's younger sister, said she's taking some 'me' time to centre and pamper herself.
Candice tweeted, "I also think I don' have the capacity to be as supportive, present and 'strong' in my friendships as what I used to be. Without guilt. I can't. Not now. And that's okay. I've been the strong friend for too long."
Candice told fans that it's important to set boundaries if it's all just too much for you.
She wrote, "You're not a bad person for setting boundaries and choosing to not always be there."
Candice definitely knows what she wants out of life and is not accepting anything less.
Earlier this month, Briefly.co.za reported that the Generations: The Legacy star said she's not down to waste her time on a man who will not add value to her life.
In other news about a celeb woman who is trying to be strong, Briefly.co.za reported that Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa took to social media with an emotional post that had her and DJ Black Coffee trending on social media.
It appears that Enhle is not coping well with her separation from Black Coffee. Going through this is never easy, especially when there are children involved.
Enhle has been going through the most and she took to social media to let it all out. The star explained how the past three years have broken her and that she has still not managed to recover fully.
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