- A stunning young lady joined in on the "how it started vs how it's going" trend on Twitter with a heartwarming story
- @eemoneee shared a screenshot of when her current bae slid into her DMs with advice on how to handle her anxiety
- The second picture shows the couple looking happy and in love as they posed for the photo
"How it started vs how it's going" has been trending on Twitter since the beginning of the week as tweeps share their stories of love and heartbreak. One tweep with the handle @eemoneee shared a screenshot of a DM she received.
The DM did not contain anything that you'd expect from a random stranger. A man who saw @eemoneee's tweet about her struggle with anxiety decided to offer her help and an ear if she was ever going through a tough time.
@eemoneee responded to his DM asking for tips on how to deal with anxiety besides medication. The man proceeded to send two messages of advice. This conversation happened last year in October and now they're a happy couple.
Take a look at @eemoneee's original tweet below:
The tweet is one of the most viral in this trend. It has almost 90 likes, over 9 500 retweets and over 4 000 quote tweets. Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the top responses to @eemoneee's tweet below:
"My heart. As someone who deals with anxiety, I really appreciate his care and attention to that."
"The way the conversation started is so pure, I wish them nothing but blessings."
In other cute couple news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on SA's reaction to stunning pics of a couple who've been together for 40 years. What can be more beautiful then lasting love - not much comes close honestly.
A young woman recently took to Twitter to share a few beautiful black and white pictures of her parents looking all sorts of in love together. In the touching post, the elderly couple proves that love can last forever as they look at each other with more than a sparkle in their eyes.
Celiwe Nsibande, their daughter who uploaded the photos, explains that the pair have been together for a whole 40 years. The candid pictures of the lovebirds got a lot of Twitter folk wondering out loud whether love like that still exists in our modern times.
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